Ramadan's experiment relies on using a battery and few pipes and valves. Water is passed through the system, broken into hydrogen, which is passed through to a cooker after being processed. The cost of this simple apparatus is about $450. No additional cost involved.
However, Ramadan is still trying to pressurize the hydrogen gas to get a stronger flame, something he is still attempting to develop. He said that the gas lasts longer. One liter of water results in a burning flame for about one hour.
Ramadan explained that a small amount of water mixed with chlorine is released through an exhaust which could be used for cleaning purposes as well, especially in kitchens and bathrooms.
Now that he has achieved a relative success in producing cooking gas, Ramadan sets his eyes towards running cars after succeeding in getting rid of the water accompanying the chemical process.
However, currently, the gas is produced directly. To compress and store it, Ramadan said that it would require equipment and machinery not available in Gaza, however, he believes what has been achieved so far is a success story to create alternatives to the gas provided by the Israeli occupation.