Californian plant to produce 12,200kg of green hydrogen daily

Yosemite Clean Energy wants to produce 12,200kg of green hydrogen daily from its first carbon-negative green hydrogen and renewable natural gas (RNG) site planned for Oroville, California.

With ground-breaking scheduled for Q2 2022, the US firm said the plant will utilise proven gasification technology to sustainably covert waste woody biomass into syngas, from which hydrogen and RNG is produced.

Through the deployment of such technology, Yosemite will make good use of California’s estimated 35-million-tonnes of annual waste woody biomass which is left to burn, decay, and decompose, emitting greenhouse gases and black carbon.

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