Demonstrating GTI Energy’s Innovative Low-carbon Hydrogen Production Technology for Decarbonization in UK HyPER Project

GTI Energy is working in conjunction with Cranfield University, Doosan Babcock and the British Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on a project in the U.K. called “Bulk Hydrogen Production by Sorbent Enhanced Steam Reforming” (HyPER). The effort will scale-up an advanced, industrial-scale GTI Energy hydrogen production technology that inherently captures any CO2 produced in the process, and has the potential to produce high-purity hydrogen at up to 30% lower cost than conventional steam methane reforming methods that require an additional CO2 capture step.

A state-of-the-art 1.5 MWth pilot plant will be constructed at Cranfield University, with the intention of ultimately scaling up even larger. International partnerships such as this are critically important as the global nature of the energy challenges before us will require worldwide collaborations to successfully address them.

Low-carbon hydrogen – international project examines new technology - February 18, 2020

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