Raven SR, Chevron and Hyzon Motors collaborate to produce hydrogen from green waste in California

January 12, 2023 |

In California, renewable fuels company Raven SR, Chevron New Energies, a division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc., and Hyzon Motors Inc announced they are collaborating to commercialize operations of a green waste-to-hydrogen production facility in Richmond intended to supply hydrogen fuel to transportation markets in Northern California. The facility will be owned by a newly formed company, Raven SR S1. Raven SR will be the operator of the facility, which is targeted to launch operations in the first quarter of 2024. Chevron holds a 50% equity stake in Raven SR 1. Raven SR holds a 30% stake and Hyzon owns the remaining 20%. To produce the hydrogen, the project is expected to divert up to 99 wet tons of green and food waste per day from Republic Services’ West Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill into its non-combustion Steam/CO2 Reforming process, producing up to 2,400 metric-tons per year of renewable hydrogen. Chevron plans to market its share of the hydrogen in Bay Area and Northern California fueling stations.

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