General Hydrogen Corp agrees to purchase up to 15 tonnes a day of hydrogen from B&W facility

General Hydrogen Corp have agreed to purchase carbon-negative hydrogen from Babcock & Wilcox’s (B&W) Louisiana biomass facility.

General Hydrogen will transport off-site up to 15 tonnes of hydrogen per day from B&W’s facility, with CGI Gases, General Hydrogen subsidiary, purchasing and transporting the compressed carbon dioxide (CO2) captured during the process.

The Louisiana, US, site will use B&W’s BrightLoop™ technology which is capable of producing hydrogen from any feedstock such as, solid fuels like waste wood and other types of biomasses. The process will also produce an isolated CO2 stream for capture.

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