Turning trash into treasure: Kore’s green hydrogen mission


When you throw away your household, agricultural or animal waste, do you ever think about the potential that waste just may have? Today, there are a variety of companies across the globe that are looking to stop waste going into landfill, whether it be through recycling, creating art, creating a new product altogether or utilizing it for a different use. 

California-based Kore Infrastructure has now joined the world mission to cut waste and landfill through making the most of any low moisture discard by turning it into green hydrogen, as well as a variety of other clean energies such as biogas and renewable natural gas, with a closed-loop process.

Achieving something that the company says, “has never been done before” Kore’s technology uses a low pyrolysis process that subjects organic feedstock to a temperature in excess of 1,000°F in the complete absence of oxygen. With this, the firm causes volatile solids to convert to an energy-dense biogas that can be use directly to produce heat, power, and/or steam; or upgraded to renewable natural gas and fuel cell quality hydrogen. 

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