Tag: waste-to-hydrogen

H2-Industiries proposes $1.4B waste-to-hydrogen plant in Oman

H2-Industiries proposes $1.4B waste-to-hydrogen plant in Oman

May 3, 2022 |

In Oman, H2-Industries and Public Establishment For Industrial Estates – Madayan have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop a waste-to-hydrogen plant in conjunction with PV solar power plants with base-load capacity in the Sultanate of Oman. The proposed $1.4 billion facility will be built on a 200,000m2 coastal site.  The facility will initially […]

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H2-Industries to develop $1.4B waste-to-hydrogen plant

H2-Industries to develop $1.4B waste-to-hydrogen plant

April 24, 2022 |

In Oman, H2-Industries and Public Establishment For Industrial Estates – Madayan signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a waste-to-hydrogen plant in conjunction with PV solar power plants with base-load capacity in the Sultanate of Oman. The facility will initially convert up to one million tons of municipal solid waste each year. The proposed US […]

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New waste-to-hydrogen LOI between Ways2H and Valecom positions island of Martinique as a blueprint for Caribbean

New waste-to-hydrogen LOI between Ways2H and Valecom positions island of Martinique as a blueprint for Caribbean

October 5, 2021 |

From California came news that Ways2H Inc., a global supplier of renewable hydrogen systems, and VALECOM, a Caribbean ecological and energy solutions provider, signed a letter of intent to transform up to 9,000 tons of Martinican waste – including one of their largest waste items, banana plastic waste bags – into renewable hydrogen every year. […]

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Waste-to-Hydrogen Tokyo Facility Ready to Rock – Is 2021 the Year of Hydrogen?

Waste-to-Hydrogen Tokyo Facility Ready to Rock – Is 2021 the Year of Hydrogen?

April 4, 2021 |

Photo credit: TODA Corporation / Japan Blue Energy Co. Ltd. News comes from the Land of the Rising Sun that a first-of-its-kind Tokyo facility will convert sewage sludge into renewable hydrogen fuel is now complete. Ways2H Inc. and its shareholder and technical partner Japan Blue Energy Co. say the waste-to-hydrogen facility will process 1 ton […]

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