New test facility to research CO2-free hydrogen production in Finland


Finnish clean hydrogen and pure carbon technology production company Hycamite has launched a test facility which will conduct research into techniques for producing carbon dioxide (CO2)-free hydrogen from natural gas.

By using its new technology based on research from the University of Oulu, Finland, Hycamite is able to manufacture applications such as electric car batteries by breaking down methane molecules from natural gas and biogas into hydrogen and pure solid carbon.

With an industrial pilot plant scheduled for next year in the Kokkola Industrial Park KIP, Laura Rahikka, CEO, Hycamite said that the company’s new facility will contribute to its goal of large-scale hydrogen production.

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