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Exhibit 22-1

Hydrogen Energy System

Water is converted into hydrogen and oxygen using various energy sources including renewables and nonrenewables. For example, solar power can be used to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen can then be used to carry energy as an electric current for transportation or other uses. After the current carries the energy, the hydrogen and oxygen recombine to form water and oxygen.

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Source: United Nations Industrial Development Organization.

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