Johnson Matthey and Honeywell partner on low-carbon hydrogen solutions

Honeywell and Johnson Matthey (JM) have teamed up to work on developing low-carbon hydrogen solutions.

Combining JM’s LCH™ technology with Honeywell’s carbon capture technology, to produce lower carbon intensity hydrogen (CCS-enabled blue hydrogen) at scale, will provide project developers with new opportunities for producing clean hydrogen.

Demand for hydrogen solutions is on the rise with public policies and funding mechanisms being put in place to encourage investment. An example is the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), which commits billions of dollars in production tax incentives for clean hydrogen producers.

With the evolving legislative environment, an integrated solution was identified with low process carbon intensity as a key target. According to JM-Honeywell UOP calculations, the result is a solution which will enable direct process emissions to be less than 0.1 kg CO2/kg H2 by capturing carbon rates above 99%. This provides eligibility for production tax credits within the IRA, meaning projects can access the support they need to be deployed rapidly.

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