Hydrogen from biogas project looks to reduce production costs to $1.39/kg

Hydrogen produced from biogas has had a jump start, as the California Energy Commission awarded Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) a $750,000 grant to pursue its novel hydrogen production system.

Announced on Wednesday (June 8), the project hopes to build upon modular hydrogen production technology innovations to create a renewable electricity-powered system to use biogas from landfills, wastewater treatment plants, or dairy farms as feedstocks.

SoCalGas hopes the system will facilitate renewable hydrogen to be produced at $1.39, and by requiring lower operating temperatures without needing combustion, reducing emissions by up to 95%.

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