New partnership explores hydrogen storage in Northern Ireland

dCarbonX and B9 Energy will study rock formations in Northern Ireland in order to develop safe and sustainable underground sites for the storage of hydrogen and carbon dioxide.

The two companies today (4th Nov) signed a decarbonisation exploration collaboration agreement for the project that has an ultimate goal to offer constant zero carbon energy solutions for homes and business across the region.

As part of the new partnership, dCarbonX and B9 Energy will also work with other regional stakeholders to develop the commercial basis for the development and integration of these energy transition assets.

Tony O’Reilly, Co-Founder of dCarbonX, said, “We are excited to work with such an innovative company as B9 Energy in identifying and developing subsurface assets which will assist the decarbonisation of Northern Ireland.”

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