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This Startup Plans To Recycle Waste To Produce Energy Cheaper Than Gas

Forbes’ Sylvia Klimaki writes about one company, Ways2H, that is recycling waste to produce hydrogen energy that is cheaper than gas.

The C3 Take
  • Hydrogen energy is dense, but most hydrogen energy today is not green.
  • Ways2H is trying to solve that problem by creating clean hydrogen made from recycled waste.
  • In order for hydrogen to reach its full potential as an energy source, regulatory reform such as streamlining regulations must occur.

“A few players are tapping into the renewable hydrogen market. One of them being California based, Ways2H, which has developed a technology that converts waste into renewable hydrogen through a zero-carbon process. Wasy2H takes waste, that does not contain metal or glass, anything from medical supplies, wood or even plastic litter, and through a patented thermochemical process (not burning), converts it into a gas, from which it then extracts the hydrogen. And voila, near carbon free hydrogen.”

Read the full article here.

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