AES technology selected for Californian green hydrogen energy storage project

Newly acquired hydrogen technology by Aberdeen International has been selected for a green hydrogen energy storage project in California, US.

The global resource investment company and merchant bank said it would acquire 41.67% of T2M Global’s Advanced Electrolyser System (AES) in February.

Expected to be a major contributor in the world’s carbon emission reduction efforts, the AES allows for much lower cost production of hydrogen with no greenhouse gas emissions, with a target of less than $5/kg of hydrogen.

Aberdeen International announced the news today (10th March) that the AES has been selected by the California Energy Commission for a project that will recover hydrogen from waste syngas sources using excess electricity.

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