BayoTech and IMBS Group will develop the UK’s first renewable hydrogen project using biomethane from food waste as a feedstock to produce 1,000 kilograms of renewable hydrogen a day.
Inking an agreement for the effort on Monday (May 24), the duo explained that biomethane will be produced from food waste at IMBS’ multi-purpose eco-facility. After this step, the biomethane will be converted into renewable hydrogen with BayoTech’s modular on-site generation technology.
The transatlantic partnership hopes to have the system online in the first half of 2022.
Commenting on the effort, Steve Jones, BayoTech’s Vice-President, Europe, said, “BayoTech is thrilled to be working with IBMS Group on such a ground-breaking project. Using food waste to create zero carbon fuel is an excellent example of regional sustainability.
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