MagneGas Corporation, a waste-to-energy company that coverts liquid waste in a hydrogen (H2) based fuel, has expanded its MagneGas2® fuel production by over 200% through relocation.

The US company has relocated to new headquarters in Tampa Bay, Florida, which is 18,000 square feet big. The new facility has been chosen on account of its close proximity to existing and potential customers, as well as being within easy access to major connecting highways.

The building contains more space than the company’s previous location in order to demonstrate its MagneGas technology, as well as allowing for further expansion. It is understood that this site will enlarge the corporation’s R&D operations.

We will be bringing three gas production units online over the next 90 days, doubling our current capacity…which will allow us to finally meet existing demand and expand our business

Ermanno Santilli, CEO of the US business, stated, “This new location will provide impressive space to demonstrate MagneGas while allowing room for growth and a sufficient area for research and development.

“Now that we are finally occupying our new location, we will be bringing three gas production units online over the next 90 days, doubling our current capacity. These units will operate in several shifts, which will allow us to finally meet existing demand and expand our business.”

gasworld revealed last week that MagneGas purchased an extra 2,000 cylinders to keep up with accelerating demand for its hydrogen (H2) based MagneGas fuel.