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With new tech and $3.6M seed, DiviGas aims to clean up hydrogen production

Devin Coldewey of TechCrunch writes on DiviGas, a startup that has just finished a $3.6 million funding round.

The C3 Take
  • DiviGas is a startup that is looking to clean up the hydrogen production industry with a new technology that leapfrogs existing production methods.
  • Hydrogen is one fuel carrier that can rapidly increase the deployment of clean energy technologies.
  • Innovators such as DiciGas are showing that private sector entrepreneurs are key to unleashing a clean energy future.

“While hydrogen itself is generally considered a clean and extremely useful basic element, its production is married to numerous dirty industrial processes. Oil refineries and plastic production, for instance, may give off various hydrocarbons and other mixed gases and chemicals, and to separate them requires further processing and emissions.”

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