Articles & Webpages About Companies with Turquoise Hydrogen Technologies

  1. Ekona Power has a methane pyrolysis platform that converts natural gas into hydrogen and solid carbon.  Presentation by Chris Reid.
  2. C-ZeroUS start-up to build turquoise-hydrogen pilot plant after securing funding from major energy players 
  3. KWI Polymers partners, Montreal, PQ, Canadian collaboration advances ‘turquoise’ hydrogen solution 
  4. Hycamite TCD Technologies Ltd, 67900 Kokkola, Finland, €25m for methane pyrolysis technology.  
  5. Pure Hydrogen Corporation, Australia.
  6. Innova Hydrogen
  7. Monolith CorpTurquoise hydrogen leader awarded $1bn US government loan to expand commercial facilities tenfold
  8. BASF (resistive heating of reactor walls).
  9. Hazer Group (solid iron ore catalyst).
  10. Transform Materials (low temperature).
  11. HiiROC Clean Turquoise Hydrogen: a pathway to commercial readiness & UK first’ | Centrica to inject hydrogen made from methane pyrolysis into peaking gas plant
  12. Teknologi (UK & Nigeria) – Turquoise Hydrogen 
  13. InnoTech hosted a very informative course on ‘Turquoise Hydrogen Production Course’ on March 07, 2023. See: Turquois Hydrogen 
  14. Methane Pyrolysis: Unlocking the Potential of Turquoise Hydrogen Production, Reports by IDTechEx, 02 Jun, 2023
    1. Thermal: non-catalytic thermal decomposition using very high temperatures (1000-1400°C). Heating is supplied via the reactor walls or heat exchange tubes (if combustion is used). Companies developing this process include BASF (resistive heating of reactor walls) and Ekona Power heating by combustion of tail gases).
    2. Catalytic: thermocatalytic process that employs either a molten catalyst in a bubble column or catalyst particles in a fluidized bed reactor. Companies developing this process include C-Zero (molten salt catalyst) and Hazer Group (solid iron ore catalyst).
    3. Plasma: methane molecules are split by high-temperature plasma (via plasma torches) or microwave-generated low-temperature plasma. Companies developing this process include Monolith (high temperature) and Transform Materials (low temperature).
  15. Clean Turquoise Hydrogen: a pathway to commercial readiness July 22, 2022 by Schalk Cloete