Suncor invests $25m in technology that could boost blue hydrogen production in North America

Suncor Energy has invested $25m in carbon capture technology firm Svante, an investment the company says will help commercialise CO2 capture technology in North America and boost blue hydrogen production.

The new technology is part of Suncor Energy’s desire to create blue hydrogen as an energy product and could significantly reduce the cost associated with carbon capture, the company said in a statement.

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The investment suggests that Suncor is committed to commercialising the carbon capture technology to the wider industry to help aid the decarbonisation of hydrogen production.

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