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Why Levidian’s LOOP technology is a ‘vital’ step forward for the hydrogen industry
© Levidian
Why Levidian’s LOOP technology is a ‘vital’ step forward for the hydrogen industry
© Levidian

Why Levidian’s LOOP technology is a ‘vital’ step forward for the hydrogen industry

UK-based Levidian recently developed a device which uses plasma technology to separate methane into its constituent atoms: carbon, locked into high-quality graphene, and hydrogen, which can either be used immediately or stored for future use.

According to the climate-tech company, their model means they can offer turquoise hydrogen at little to no cost, as there is a thriving market for the by-product produced during the process – high-quality graphene. Here Levidian CEO John Hartley answers H2 View’s questions.

John, thanks for giving H2 View your time. We understand Levidian is blazing a trail in decarbonisation and hydrogen production. Give us your elevator pitch…

John Hartley (JH): Thanks for having me! Levidian is a Cambridge-based climate-tech business. Our team has developed a transformational device – LOOP – which uses proprietary technology to crack methane into hydrogen and carbon, locking the carbon into high-quality graphene. This has huge potential for decarbonising heavy industry while the graphene produced can go on to create further decarbonisation benefits across a range of different sectors.

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