US-headed ReCarbon, Inc., the developer of the patented Plasma Carbon Conversion Unit (PCCU), a revolutionary greenhouse gas (GHG) utilization technology, has announced the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with leading Australian bioenergy developer, Utilitas Group Pty Ltd towards building biogas-to-hydrogen plants across Australia.
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2020 is proving to be a banner year for ReCarbon. Highlights include a commercial plant to be commissioned in July in Tennessee (TN) in the United States (US) together with H2Renewables, LLC, ReCarbon’s exclusive distributor in the US landfill market.
In addition, the company has projects in South Korea, Canada, and Australia.
We are pleased to collaborate with Utilitas to seek to establish production plants that will not only create a new supply of renewable hydrogen but simultaneously address greenhouse gas emissions from biomass, said Dr Jay Kim, President, and CEO of ReCarbon.
Contributing to the proliferation of biogas to renewable hydrogen facilities globally is one of its key expansion strategies; including making hydrogen mobility more accessible.
Utilitas has always pioneered our way forward in the bioenergy sector in the last decade. We see ReCarbon’s technology and expertise as an innovation to empower this continuing journey to create new high-value opportunities for biogas, said Fiona Waterhouse, CEO of Brisbane-based Utilitas Group.