UK’s Levidian and ISTE team up on eco-friendly hydrogen technology

Hydrogen

United Kingdom – Innovative System Technology (ISTE) has gained the know-how to concurrently create eco-friendly hydrogen and cathode materials for secondary batteries from natural gas through a partnership with the British business Levidian Nanosystems.

The capacity to simultaneously synthesize turquoise hydrogen, a byproduct of natural gas pyrolysis, and graphene has been made possible thanks to ISTE’s partnership with Levidian Nanosystems. With the use of its unique technology, Levidian can produce graphene from carbon dioxide and convert natural gas into solid carbon dioxide and hydrogen. In order to produce effective and reliable cathode materials for secondary batteries, silicon is mixed with graphene, a material renowned for its excellent qualities like electrical and thermal conductivity and strength.

Transforming industries

By considerably increasing its hydrogen production capacity from several tens of kg per cycle to T-units, ISTE hopes to commercialize this ground-breaking technique.

The pyrolysis of natural gas yields turquoise hydrogen, which has the potential to be a sustainable and environmentally beneficial energy source. This method of producing hydrogen lowers greenhouse gas emissions and aids in the global fight against climate change. The performance and efficiency of secondary batteries, on the other hand, can be greatly improved by graphene, which has enormous promise for powering numerous sectors of the economy and applications.

The combination of environmentally friendly hydrogen with cutting-edge graphene has the potential to completely transform the energy and battery storage industries, ushering in a new era of cleaner, greener technology.

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