KeyState’s hydrogen storage project to utilise ARCH2 regional hub funding

KeyState Natural Gas Synthesis is set to receive funding from the US Department of Energy (DOE) Appalachian Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub (ARCH2) grant.

The funding is expected to support KeyState’s clean hydrogen and carbon storage complex in Pennsylvania, US, which has a focus on emissions reduction and clean hydrogen production.

KeyState’s project will utilise on-site natural gas extraction, methane conversion into hydrogen and carbon, and the underground storage of CO2, enabling large-scale hydrogen production that meets requirements for Qualified Clean Hydrogen under the Federal Hydrogen Production Tax Credit.

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