Syzygy Plasmonics reactor ‘will reduce blue hydrogen costs by 20%’

Decarbonisation company Syzygy Plasmonics’ reactor will reduce blue hydrogen costs by around 20%, according to CEO Trevor Best.

Addressing delegates at the Hydrogen Technology Expo North America in Houston, he outlined its project development overview as it is advancing three field trial reactions, involving carbon dioxide to synfuel and two ammonia cracking projects in the US and Ulsan, South Korea, following a five-year R&D phase, and around 30 years of nanotechnology research out of Rice University.

Its Tunable Reactor is designed to deliver multiple solutions, producing zero-emissions hydrogen, CO2-to-X: SAF or methanol, and low-emissions hydrogen through SMR technology.

“This is a really exciting time for us, as we’re just finishing our commercial rector,” he said.

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