UK waste-to-hydrogen company Compact Syngas Solutions secures £4m funding from DESNZ


British clean energy company Compact Syngas Solutions (CSS) has today (June 28) secured almost £4m in government funding to make its biomass and waste-to-hydrogen plants even greener by using carbon capture.

CSS won just over £3.9m from the Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (H2BECCS) Innovation Programme, run by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ).

It has developed an advanced gasification process that generates hydrogen gas from waste products, including biomass like waste wood and other selected non-recyclable materials.

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