Purx Hydrogen intends to offer a new hydrogen fuel cell powered supercritical carbon extractor system that can be utilised as a zero-emission, fully mobile and non-grid reliant system.
This has been revealed as part of the groups new net zero emission plan that will support the company in meeting its climate goals for the future.
As well as this, the plan highlights that Purx Hydrogen will additionally review hydrogen fuel cells currently available on the market.
The hydrogen fuel cell powered supercritical carbon extraction systems allow users to operate thew systems in remote location where accessibility to the electrical power grid is limited or unstable.
In doing so, it provides a unique opportunity to utilise the carbon extraction systems in areas less developed allow regions to benefit from less carbon emissions and improve its carbon footprint.
It is expected that this state-of-the-art system will be available by the end of this year.
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