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Plasma electrolysers can use wastewater to produce clean hydrogen
© Graforce
Plasma electrolysers can use wastewater to produce clean hydrogen
© Graforce

Plasma electrolysers can use wastewater to produce clean hydrogen

German sustainable solutions company Graforce has developed plasma electrolysis technology that can produce hydrogen from methane and wastewater.

The technology does not split water molecules to produce hydrogen, but instead splits nitrogen and hydrocarbon compounds found in wastewater or other feedstocks.

The company’s, so-called ‘Plasmalyzers’ use a high-frequency voltage field (plasma) generated from solar or wind energy splits nitrogen and carbon compounds into their atoms.

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