According to the Hydrogen Council, within the next decade, global demand for renewable and low carbon hydrogen could grow by 50%, and by 2050 hydrogen could contribute to over 20% of global carbon abatement1. With this in mind, many believe the time for hydrogen is now in the US.
Wanting to play a big part in such transition is Albuquerque, New Mexico-based BayoTech, Inc. Although born from small beginnings, the company has huge ambitions, and strives to be the largest distributed hydrogen company in the world as part of its mission to address the global need for reliable, cost-effective and low-carbon hydrogen.
“The hydrogen revolution is just getting started,” Mo Vargas, CEO of BayoTech told gasworld in a recent interview. “As we keep seeing more and more support both from government and businesses alike. We’re on the brink of a massive every transition and BayoTech is going to be leading the charge.”
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