ReCarbon, developer of the patented plasma carbon conversion unit (PCCU) has executed a supply agreement with Tennessee-based landfill gas to hydrogen project developer H2Renewables.
The new agreement, revealed on Thursday (July 15), activates an accelerated pathway top match the growing demand for cost-effective green hydrogen with various key features.
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Five sites will use landfill gas to produce carbon-negative green hydrogen, the first being in McDonald, Tennessee is slated to produce 12 tonnes of hydrogen per day.
As well as this, the partnership has identified significant numbers of suitable sites throughout the US capable of producing in excess of 60 tonnes of hydrogen per day.
Cost-effective green hydrogen has been identified as crucial for the scale-up of heavy hydrogen fuel cell mobility, such as back to base and long-haul trucks and pathways.
Pathways towards qualifying for both RINS and LCFS credits are being developed, further enhancing the competitiveness of the green hydrogen.
Playing a part in the proliferation of renewable hydrogen from waste sources is a shared vision for both companies.
Dr. Jay Kim, CEO and Founder of ReCarbon, said, “ReCarbon is pleased to announce this major commercial milestone and looks forward to continuing our close partnership with H2Renewables in the development of significant carbon-negative green hydrogen production facilities.
“This is the beginning of realising our vision of a localised green hydrogen ecosystem.”
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