Exploring commercial opportunities of hydrogen and carbon capture


United KingdomCarbon Clean has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with BayoTech to explore commercial opportunities targeted at hydrogen and carbon capture and utilization deployment.

Carbon Clean and BayoTech will collaborate on a demonstration facility to evaluate, design and operate a carbon capture plant located at BayoTech in North America, which is expected to be operational by the end of 2022.

Integration of a carbon capture and hydrogen

The two companies have agreed on a roadmap for the technology integration of a carbon capture process on their hydrogen generating units. The demonstration facility will include a BayoTech H2-1000 generating unit and Carbon Clean’s carbon capture technology. This partnership enables process optimization to decrease the cost for small scale hydrogen and CO2 production.

Small scale H2/CO2 solutions are optimal for biogenic sources such as anaerobic digestion from landfill, organic waste, and biomass plants where carbon negative hydrogen can be produced. Both hydrogen and CO2 play key roles in the energy transition process and in reaching climate neutrality by 2050.

Low carbon hydrogen

The use of a dual solution of hydrogen generation and carbon dioxide recovery is essential to further develop plusthe growing hydrogen economy. Both companies are committed to providing scalable modular technologies. This partnership will accelerate the adoption of a circular carbon economy and transform resources into valuable low-carbon, zero-carbon and carbon-negative fuels. This project marks an important step towards low carbon to carbon negative hydrogen production and the achievement of the net zero target.

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