Californian renewable hydrogen company HyperSolar has entered into a technical services agreement with Fluor for the required engineering at a HyperSolar pilot plant along with other projects.
The engineering company will now begin to conduct a feasibility study focused on the design of mini-pilot plants initially for small quantities of hydrogen production, as well as documenting the cost of creating plants of varying production levels in different locations.
“We believe that our renewable hydrogen generation technologies will help change the world’s reliance on fossil fuels,” said Tim Young, CEO of HyperSolar.
“Picking one of the best engineering firms in the word early in our process fits out objective. Collaborating with Fluor will set a trusted standard for the construction of what we believe will be many renewable hydrogen generation plants around the globe.”
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