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BPC Mission Statement

Utility Scale Producers of Green Hydrogen and its eFuel Derivatives AND Manufacturers and Sellers of Green Hydrogen and e-Fuel Systems and Components Large and Small

About BPC

Barony Power Corp. (BPC)  is a Nevada corporation. We intend to locate our operations at and within the facilities of its founding partner, the University of Tasmania (UTAS) in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.


The BPC goal is to become a globally competitive manufacturer e-fuel production systems and a producer of e-fuels including green ammonia, green hydrogen, e-methanol, e-diesel, e-jet fuel, e-propane, etc.


BPC intends to design and manufacture all the components and systems fundamental to producing and synthesizing e-fuels .


BPC aspires to simultaneously design advanced automated manufacturing processes that will allow it to become globally competitive in this unprecedented transition out of fossil fuels and into an era of decarbonized energy production .


Conceptual e-Fuel Synthesis Plant

Green Hydrogen, Direct Air Capture of Atmospheric CO2 & e-Fuel Synthesis

BPC intends to develop its own line of components that underpin the creation of an e-Refinery.

The process of generating e-fuel requires the following:

  • The generation of Green Hydrogen using Electrolysers, powered from renewable energy sources such as solar or wind to produce Green Hydrogen

  • Capture of CO2
    Extracting Co2 from the atmosphere with Direct Air Capture equipment

  • e-Fuel Synthesis
    Using a Synthesis Plant the Hydrogen and CO2 are combined to produce e-fuels

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BPC Direct Air Capture


Direct Air Capture equipment is designed for removing CO2 from the atmosphere and , for BPC's  purposes, sequestering the captured CO2 as a feed stock for the production of methanol and other e-fuels.


BPC intends to design and fabricate bench model Direct Air Capture equipment. This project will utilize the expertise of global engineers collaborating with UTAS engineers and chemists.

Conceptual Utility Scale Direct Air Capture

BPC Electrolyser

The BPC Hydrogen Lab at the University of Tasmania is scheduling March 2025 as a commencement date for its BPC Electrolyser field testing.

Concurrent with field testing its basic electrolyser, BPC intends to design its Advanced BPC Electrolyser utilizing proprietary UTAS ceramics and deposition techniques.


BPC expects to achieve 50% greater efficiency with inclusion of UTAS's proprietary ceramics component.


With automated manufacturing economies of scale an additional 50% drop in production cost is considered reasonable.


The advanced BPC electrolyser is scheduled to be ready for field testing within 18 months. 

Conceptual Utility Scale Electrolyser

BPC Synthesis Plant

This design will be carried out in conjunction with global engineering groups and chemists from the Department of Chemistry at the UTAS.

BPC intends to develop chemical pathways towards the production of e-Ammonia, e-Methanol, e-Diesel, e-Jet Fuel, e-Propane, etc.

Working out of the BPC Hydrogen Lab at the UTAS, BPC expects to have verified synthesis processes in house by the last quarter of 2025.

Apart from e-fuel markets for transportation, power generation and heating, e-methanol is a precursor chemical used extensively in the production of a broad spectrum of industrial products such as paint, plastic, pharmaceuticals, polyesters, break fluid, anti-freeze, explosives, etc.

The production of e-methanol is particularly pertinent now that international directives mandate that by 2026 15% of all fuels and industrial chemicals derived from carbon be derived from carbon neutral sources. 

Conceptual e-Fuel Synthesis Plant


  • Caisey Harlingten
    Chairman, (acting) CEO
    Founder, B.Com. Fellow of University of Tasmania


Advisory Board

  • Sen Abhayasinghe, CEng, CMarEng, FIMarEST.
    and recent Regional Manager of  


  • Dr. Dave Warren


  • Professor Tim Finnigan
    Chief Technical Officer
    Head of Engineering, UTAS


  • Dr. Brett Harris
    UTAS Technology Transfer advisor Liaison


  • Laurie Beldam


  • Ron McIntire
    Securities Law and 
    Regulatory Affairs


  • Paul Sanderson


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