Electriq-Global uses a fuel made up of 60% water to stabilise hydrogen, making it work essentially much like petrol in that it can be pumped, transported and use existing infrastructure but at a low-cost with no emissions.
Eleqteq was formed in 2017 to bring interested parties to the Electriq-Global table.
Now in partnership they'll launch the startup's fuel's recycling plants, and introduce eMobility applications for trucks, barges and mobile generator.
"Electriq-Global is excited to bring our safe, zero-emission, recyclable fuel to the Dutch market. It is pleasing to see a nation determined to achieve sustainable and zero-emission economy," Electriq-Global CEO Guy N. Michrowski said.
"Our solution solves issues with regards to storage and transport of energy, supports current initiatives and introduces a cost-efficient fuel," Eleqtec Chairman Mecx Kooij said.
Electriq-Global was formerly Terragenic and founded by Dr Alex Silberman, who has worked for years on storing hydrogen in borohydride, which in recent years has been passed over in favour of ammonia.
The private company is supported by Israel's startup incubation program and private investors.
The company suggests its fuel can be used on most forms on transport including cars, trains and long haul trucks and compared with the compressed hydrogen fuelled Toyota Mirai can fill up for US$25 compared with $80 a tank.
Unlike batteries it can be ‘recharged' as quickly as an ordinary car.