Mote to develop a new wood waste-to-hydrogen production facility in California, US

An innovative facility that can convert wood waste into carbon-negative hydrogen is set to be developed in California, US.

Revealed today (May 24) by developers Mote, the company engaged Fluor, an industry leading EPC firm, to execute Front-End Loading 2 (FEL-2), a preliminary design phase.

Top design priorities were focused on driving for more energy efficiency in the hydrogen production process while reducing carbon intensity and lowering overall costs to build and operate.

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