PowerTap decarbonises its hydrogen production process

PowerTap is introducing a carbon capture system to its onsite steam methane reformation hydrogen production process.

Whilst producing hydrogen with steam methane reformer technology provides low-cost hydrogen per kilogram, the hydrogen is grey and therefore releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Now, with the deployment of a carbon capture system, PowerTap will capture this harmful greenhouse gas emissions, allowing the company to better protect the environment and meet the standard necessary to produce blue hydrogen.

Kelley Owen, PowerTap’s Chief Operating Officer, commented, “We strongly believe the combination of steam methane reformer technology and carbon capture system produces one of the greenest hydrogen commercially available today.”

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