UK-based climate tech business Levidian has signed a deal with water supply company United Utilities as part of a project which aims to turn biogas from sewage water into clean hydrogen and graphene.
Levidian will apply its LOOP technlogy to United Utilities’ Manchester Bioresources Centre at Davyhulme to decarbonise biogas crated within the wastewater treatment process.
Having been awarded £3m of funding from the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero Hydrogen BECCS Innovation Programme competition, the project follows a successfully feasibility study and will serve as the first demonstration of Levidian’s LOOP100 technology.
According to the company, the project will deliver more than 1,000 hours of in-situ testing, verifying the production of separated hydrogen and graphene.
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