Kore infrastructure produces renewable energy from organic waste and unveils UltraGreen hydrogen

Kore infrastructure can develop renewable energy from organic waste from a closed loop carbon negative process, following a one-year demonstration of its waste-to-energy modular system at its Los Angeles facility.

Kore also demonstrated its ability to produce UltraGreen hydrogen™ that can be used to decarbonise a variety of industrial applications including steel manufacturing and ammonia production, which can also be upgraded for fuel cell electric cars, trucks, buses, and trains.

The Kore process produces biocarbon, a solid elemental carbon that can be blended into soil to reduce irrigation and fertiliser costs, improve drought resilience, and increase plant yields. Kore biocarbon is a stable form of carbon that will not revert to CO2 or CH4: its use sequesters carbon for centuries.

SoCalGas contributed $1.5m to the demonstration project, which has also received funding from the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

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