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Collaborating with with Ford, Bacon & Davis to help meet our goals of improving the global environment. Read more here.

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Read more about our joint efforts with Ford, Bacon & Davis in this Power Magazine article by Darrell Proctor.

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Ways2H plans to build a waste-to-hydrogen facility in California using technology that was demonstrated at this plant in Joso, Japan.

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An article by Michael Bates for NGT News: Ways2H, Ford, Bacon & Davis Partner to Build Hydrogen Facility.

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Informative article by Arlene Karidis at Waste 360 about our advanced technology to produce renewable hydrogen fuel from waste.

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FuelCellsWorks publishes our CEO’s article on how the waste sector could benefit from the use of our technology and mitigate its climate impact.

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Our CEO JL Kindler, discusses how the waste sector could benefit from the use of our technology and mitigate its climate impact.

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ReTHINK Energy, Issue 58

Wasy2H was featured in ReThink Energy’s 58th issue. Download the article below.

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La publicación de nuestra entrevista con Leigh Collins de Recharge News en Abril fue traducida por Mónica Gálvez de Fuente Recharche/Futuro Verde. Lea más a continuación.

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California start-up can convert rubbish that would otherwise go to landfill into pure hydrogen — while offering a carbon-negative solution, writes Leigh Collins. Read more in our exclusive interview with ReCharge…

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S&P Global Platts – Gas Daily

Wasy2H was featured on S&P Global Platts – Gas Daily written by J. Robinson. Download the article here.

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We are committed to cleaning up our planet! From waste to hydrogen with little to no harmful emissions. Read more about us in our exclusive interview with Molly Burgess of H2View….

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W2H Introduction

Ways2H, Inc. is a global team that applies a non-incineration, patented process to the world’s worst waste streams – Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), medical refuse, plastics and organics – to extract hydrogen…

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Jean-Louis Kindler, CEO

Mr. Jean-Louis Kindler has actively been working with and running divisions and companies with an environmentally clean and green focus since the 1990’s. He has wide experience in transversal cleantech projects involving…

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In terms of the worldwide adoption of zero-emission transport, lithium-ion battery technology is still leading the race. However, it may be a mistake to assume that will always be the…

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What might the future of energy look like?

When it comes to today’s energy market, demand is growing, supply is primarily based on fossil fuels, and global energy-related CO2 emissions hit an all-time high last year. There can’t be many people…

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The problem with plastic waste

One of the strengths of plastic is its durability. This, however, has turned out to be one of its most significant downsides. In a world based on consumerism and replacement,…

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The sprawling city of Shenzhen in northern China has a population of over 20 million people and creates around 15,000 metric tons of waste every day. No surprise, perhaps, that…

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Is trash the answer to our energy problems?

Across the world, the waste produced by our societies is largely seen as a problem – but could it instead be an opportunity? Increasingly, waste-to-energy solutions are being deployed to convert trash…

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Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, but in its gaseous form is very rare on Earth; it exists mostly in the form of chemical compounds such as…

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