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HyPER: Pilot hydrogen plant begins construction at Cranfield University
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HyPER: Pilot hydrogen plant begins construction at Cranfield University

Construction of Cranfield University’s HyPER pilot plant started on Tuesday (13th April) with the new 1.5MW facility to be used to test innovative hydrogen production technology that could substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The key benefits of this technology, developed by US company GTI, is its significant reduction in capital cost, compact size, and higher efficiency without generating excess steam.

Read more: Hydrogen pilot to be constructed at Cranfield University

The new pilot is a result of Bulk Hydrogen Production by Sorbent Enhanced Steam Reforming (HyPER project), an international collaboration led by Cranfield University, which is set to examine the potential of low-carbon hydrogen.

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