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ReCarbon selects TritenIAG to provide development services

ReCarbon selects TritenIAG to provide development services
An artist's rendering of Emission Blade stacks in a ReCarbon Plasma Carbon Conversion Unit  (image courtesy ReCarbon).

In the United States (US), TritenIAG, a provider of industrial project engineering, construction, and management services has announced that it has partnered with compatriot ReCarbon Inc. on the design and development of three ReCarbon Plasma Carbon Conversion Unit (PCCU) based plants in North America, Australia, and Asia.

Additionally, TritenIAG will advise ReCarbon on the design of PCCU-based pathways in multiple downstream value chains, including petrochemicals, specialty chemicals, and fertilizers.

ReCarbon’s proprietary PCCU transforms carbon emissions into syngas and hydrogen. This modular system is designed for high throughput and energy efficiency.

At the heart of its innovation is the Emission Blade — a patented microwave-plasma generation device with demonstrated reliability, high throughput, and energy efficiency.

With 72 Emission Blades configured in a standard 45-foot container, each PCCU module can produce up to 900 kg of hydrogen per day. The PCCU is scalable and stackable, providing flexibility and accessibility for projects of any size.

We are pleased to collaborate with TritenIAG as we evaluate the wide application of our first-in-kind technology, said Dr Jay Kim, Founder, and CEO of ReCarbon.

TritenIAG has a reputation for stewarding emerging, sustainable technologies to successful production, and we are pleased to have their technical and practical expertise as we commercialize our technology, Dr Jay Kim added.

ReCarbon is a pioneer in carbon emissions utilization and the bioenergy sector. Their PCCU technology decarbonizes heavy greenhouse gas emitting industries by transforming bio-based sources of carbon dioxide and methane emissions into hydrogen and syngas products. They play an important role in the transition to a new energy future, commented Terence Easton, CEO of TritenIAG.

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