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AES-100: Pure hydrogen is to be produced from syngas operations
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AES-100: Pure hydrogen is to be produced from syngas operations

Gas utility Hawaii Gas is set to introduce AES-100 technology to branch into the lucrative hydrogen market by producing pure hydrogen from its syngas operations.

Aberdeen International today (15th April) said its recent acquisition, AES-100, is set to be deployed by the US Department of Energy (DOE) at Hawaii Gas in order to improve the overall efficiency of pure hydrogen extraction from a syngas stream.

Read more: Aberdeen International to help lower the cost of hydrogen production

The utilisation of the AES-100 technology could see a new revenue stream from the sale of the extracted hydrogen which expands the company into rapidly growing markets for low-carbon fuel and industrial uses.

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