Another exceptional article on S&P Global discussing our collaboration with Ford, Bacon & Davis and our plans on supplying carbon-negative hydrogen. California Developer Moves Carbon-Negative Hydrogen Project Toward 2021 Startup By J. Robinson for S&P Global Platts | June 30, 2020 HIGHLIGHTS Fueling station owners cautiously interested in greener fuel California transportation market highly concentrated Ways2H ...
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Business Insider / Markets Insider article on our collaboration with Ford, Bacon & Davis to build waste-to-hydrogen facilities. Ways2H Teams with EPC Leader Ford, Bacon & Davis to Build Waste-to-Hydrogen Production Facilities for Clean Fuel in U.S. Markets By Press Release PR Newswire | June 30, 2020 LONG BEACH, Calif. and BATON ROUGE, La., June 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ways2H ...
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Mike Millikin, Founder and Editor of Green Car Congress features our collaboration with Ford, Bacon & Davis Waste-to-hydrogen facility anticipated in California By Green Car Congress | June 30, 2020 Ways2H Inc., a global producer of renewable hydrogen from the world’s worst waste streams, and Ford, Bacon & Davis, a leader in energy facility engineering, ...
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reNews.Biz / reMix article: Green Hydrogen in CA – Other US facilities planned by developers Ways2H and Ford, Bacon & Davis JV.” Waste-to-hydrogen facility anticipated in California By reNews.Biz / reMix | June 30, 2020 Ways2H and Ford, Bacon & Davis plan to design and build modular waste-to-hydrogen facilities in California in the final quarter of 2020. ...
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Collaborating with with Ford, Bacon & Davis to help meet our goals of improving the global environment. Read more here. New Partnership Formed to Develop Waste-to-Hydrogen Plants By Molly Burgess, for H2 View | June 30, 2020 Californian waste-to-hydrogen company WaysH2 has partnered with engineering, procurement and construction company Ford, Bacon & Davis to design ...
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Read more about our joint efforts with Ford, Bacon & Davis in this Power Magazine article by Darrell Proctor. Waste-to-Hydrogen Project Set for California By Darrell Proctor, for Power Magazine | June 30, 2020 A California company that produces renewable hydrogen has joined with a Louisiana construction group on a project to build a modular ...
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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. Energy Alchemy: Business to Turn Waste into Hydrogen Fuel By John Fialka, for E&E News | June 30, 2020 To most people, the so-called hydrogen economy is still a blurry dream: the assembly of an ...
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An article by Michael Bates for NGT News: Ways2H, Ford, Bacon & Davis Partner to Build Hydrogen Facility. Ways2H, Ford, Bacon & Davis Partner to Build Hydrogen Facility By Michael Bates for NGT News | June 30, 2020 Ways2H Inc., a global producer of renewable hydrogen from the world’s worst waste streams, and Ford, Bacon & ...
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Informative article by Arlene Karidis at Waste 360 about our advanced technology to produce renewable hydrogen fuel from waste. Ways2H Commercializes Hydrogen Fuel-From-Waste Technology By Arlene Karidis, for Waste 360 | June 11, 2020 Engineering and production company Ways2H is commercializing a gasification technology developed by Japan Blue Energy Co. (JBEC) to process waste and ...
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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. New Waste-to-Hydrogen Processes Could Contribute to a Carbon Negative Future By Jean-Louis Kindler, published by FuelCellsWorks Jean-Louis Kindler CEO of waste-to-hydrogen developer Ways2H discusses how Ways2H is commercializing a gasification technology developed ...
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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. New waste-to-hydrogen processes could contribute to a carbon negative future By Jean-Louis Kindler on June 3, 2020 for Waste Dive:Opinion WTE As more U.S. states pursue aggressive greenhouse gas and waste reduction goals these problems ...
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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. Hidrógeno Producido a Base de Basura es Más Barato que las Energías Renovables Traducido por Mónica Gálvez – Fuente Recharche – 14 mayo, 2020 Mientras que las industrias de ...
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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 News. ‘It’s much cheaper to produce green hydrogen from waste than renewables’ By Leigh Collins on April 30, 2020 ReCharge News While the renewables and fossil-fuel ...
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Wasy2H was featured on S&P Global Platts – Gas Daily written by J. Robinson. Download the article here. SP-Global-Platts-Gas-Daily-4.1.20-1Download
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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. Improving the environment while producing hydrogen By Molly Burgess on Mar 18, 2020 Translate NEWS Climate change and the steps that need to be made in ...
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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 for stationary electricity and mobility fuel. A joint venture between U.S.-based Clean Energy Enterprises, and Japan Blue Energy Corporation, Ways2H is a unique ...
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