Raven SR, Chevron and Hyzon unveil waste-to-hydrogen plant plans

Raven SR, Chevron New Energies and Hyzon Motors has announced a collaboration to commercialise operations of a waste-to-hydrogen plant.

The production facility in Richmond, California, will supply hydrogen fuel to the transport sector, producing up to 2,400 metric tonnes per year of renewable hydrogen.

The project, targeted for 2024, is expected to divert up to 99 wet tonnes of green and food waste per day from Republic Services’ West Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill into its non-combustion steam/CO2 reforming process.

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