Aurora closes Series A with $10m for its microwave pyrolysis hydrogen production tech

Canadian-based Aurora Hydrogen on Monday (August 1) announced fundraising success as it closed a Series A funding round with $10m, with intentions of scaling its novel microwave pyrolysis technology for hydrogen production.

Following funding received earlier this year (2022) from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Aurora attracted funding from the likes of Williams, Shell Ventures, Chevron Technology Ventures, and the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

H2 View understands the capital raised in the funding round led by Energy Innovation Capital, will be used to build and operate a 200kg of hydrogen per day demonstration plant for trialling in Edmonton, Canada.

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