Energy crisis, depletion of fossil fuel and environmental quality are major global issue that must be solve. Hydrogen will be alternative clean energy source and carrier. Nevertheless, hydrogen does not exist in nature in its molecular H2 form but combined to other elements; thus, it requires dedicated methods for its production. And the H2 production must be sustainable in source /feedstrock and production process. Biomass contain of cellulose [(C5H10O5)n] is most abundant source of H2 that fullfil sustainable and renewable requirement. It can be convert to hydrogen gas via clean process i.e photoreforming use photocatalyst. One of the keys to the success of this satisfy technology is the development of suitable catalysts which are able to maximize light harvesting from solar and therefore the hydrogen production. TiO2 is the most widely used material becauce of its high photocatalytic activity not toxic and biologically and chemically inert. Its main drawback is its band gap value (ca. 3.2 eV), which means that only ca. 5% of solar irradiation is absorbed. Furthermore, it also exhibits a high electron–hole recombination rate, which is detrimental to the photocatalytic activity. One alternative to overcome these problems is the incorporation of metals to the semiconductor. Doped metal on TiO2 can shift the absorption to the visible light (40% of solar radiastion) and also act as electron traps, thus preventing electron–hole recombination. Yield of H2 will increase significantly by doped bimetal on surface of TiO2