Raven SR’s California waste-to-hydrogen plant receives approval

Raven SR has announced its organic waste-to-hydrogen bioenergy project in Richmond, California, has been approved.

The approval of its California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) permit was agreed by the Richmond City Council and marks a significant step in approving the world’s ‘first’ steam/CO2 reforming hydrogen production facility using diverted waste as a feedstock.

The project is expected to divert up to 99 wet tonnes of green and food waste per day from Republic Services’ West Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill (WCCSL) into Raven’s non-combustion steam/CO2 reforming process, producing up to 2,400 metric tonnes of renewable hydrogen a year.

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