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Oberon producing renewable DME to accelerate hydrogen transition

Oberon producing renewable DME to accelerate hydrogen transition

Oberon Fuels has started production of the first-ever renewable dimethyl ether (rDME) in the US that will help to cost-effectively store and transport renewable hydrogen, the company says.

This new DME will help unlock Oberon’s ability to reduce emissions from transportation today while also accelerating the development of the hydrogen economy and a net-zero carbon future.

Renewable DME has multiple pathways to reduce the carbon footprint of the transportation sector: as a diesel replacement, as a blend with propane and as an energy-dense, cost-effective way to move renewable hydrogen.

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