H2Gen announces the sale of seven hydrogen generation units


H2Gen Innovations, Inc. recently announced the sale of seven HGM 2000 onsite hydrogen generation units to AREVA.

The units will be used for production of high grade hydrogen which will be used to process nuclear materials at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride Conversion Facilities.

Three of the units will be installed at the facility under construction in Portsmouth, Ohio, and the other four will be installed in the facility under construction at Paducah, Kentucky.

$quot;This contract marks an important transition for our company,$quot; said Barney Rush, CEO of H2Gen. $quot;We’re now building our backlog, moving past single installations, to multiple installations where we can provide our low-cost hydrogen solution on a larger scale.$quot;

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