SEID receives financial backing in order to scale hydrogen production from natural gas technology

A creative new method to produce sustainable hydrogen from natural gas or biogas has received a $3.4m backing by the European Union to scale the technology.

Developed by Norway-based SEID, the Project ColdSpark technology produces hydrogen in a low temperature and pressure environment unlike other high-temperature pyrolysis techniques.

A vital aspect of this is an industrial-sized ultrahigh-voltage, pulsed switch-mode power supply which helps to generate hydrogen when it is required.

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