Carbon Clean partners with BayoTech for carbon capture and storage from hydrogen production

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North America: UK-based Carbon Clean has signed a memorandum of understanding with US-based onsite hydrogen provider BayoTech. Under the agreement, the carbon capture and storage (CCS) specialist will install a CCS system at a BayoTech hydrogen plant in North America, which is expected to be operational by the end of 2022.

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 is intended to enable process optimisation to decrease the cost for small scale hydrogen and CO2 production.

Carbon Clean was announced in April 2021 as the technology provider for a CO2 capture demonstration project by Taiheiyo Cement in Japan. It is also working on projects with Cemex USA and LafargeHolcim España.

Last modified on 12 May 2021

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