Cemex invests in hydrogen technology start-up to provide net-zero concrete

Building materials company Cemex wants to increase its hydrogen injection capacity across its operations to cut carbon emissions.

The Mexico-based firm on Tuesday (Feb 1) said it has investment in clean hydrogen production start-up HiiROC as part of the effort will support its mission of delivering net-zero concrete by 2050.

Founded in 2019, HiiROC has developed a technology that uses thermal plasma electrolysis to convert biomethane, flare gas, or natural as, into hydrogen at a low cost.

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