New partnership formed to develop waste-to-hydrogen plants

Californian waste-to-hydrogen company WaysH2 has partnered with engineering, procurement and construction company Ford, Bacon & Davis to design and build waste-to-hydrogen facilities in California and across the US.

The new facilities will produce renewable hydrogen fuel for customers in the mobility and power generation sectors and offer alternative disposal options for waste processing and water disposal companies.

“Our goal is to improve the global environment by producing carbon-negative hydrogen, while offering sustainable waste disposal,” said Jean-Louis Kindler, CEO of Ways2H.

“This collaboration with Ford, Bacon & Davis will help us achieve those goals, while supplying the US with another clean fuel and power option to meet growing demand.”

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