Biogas from sewage in Manchester to be used to produce hydrogen and graphene

Biogas from sewage in Manchester, UK, is set to be used as feedstock for hydrogen and graphene production under a partnership between Levidian and United Utilities.

Awarded £3m ($3.8m) of funding from the UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, through its Hydrogen BECCS Innovation Competition, the project will see Levidian’s LOOP100 system installed at United’s Manchester Bioresources Centre to decarbonise biogas produced at the facility.

Expected to process around 15m3 of biogas per hour, the system is set to deliver over 1,000 hours of in-situ testing, with the trial hoped to further prove the technology’s ability to produce separated hydrogen and graphene.

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