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UK Renewable Hydrogen Project to Use Food-Waste Biomethane (Int'l.)
IBMS Group,BayoTech
Date: 2021-06-02
In London, IBMS Group reports it will partner with Albuquerque, New Mexico-based BayoTech Inc. to launch the UK's first renewable hydrogen project using food waste to generate biomethane as a feedstock. The project will produce 1000kg per day and provide fuel for mobility projects in the London and Surrey region of the UK.

Using IBMS's food waste and biomethane expertise and BayoTech's modular SMR technology the partnership will create renewable hydrogen and high-grade fertiliser products from a multi-purpose eco facility. The project will produce 1,000 kilograms of renewable hydrogen per day to fuel zero-emission vehicles in London and Surrey.

Further phases of the project will see carbon capture introduced to take the project from carbon neutral to carbon negative. The system is due to be online by Q2 of 2022, following which the system will be deployed at multiple locations around the UK to create a national network of carbon negative hydrogen production facilities.

According to the release, regional hydrogen production and distribution reduces unnecessary costs, storage, and transport leading to a reduced carbon footprint overall when compared with traditional production models and electrolyser systems. (Source: IBMS Group, Website PR, 24 May, 2021) Contact: BayoTech, Steve Jones, VP Europe, 505-977-7954,, IBMS Group, Steve Sharratt, CEO,

More Low-Carbon Energy News IBMS Group,  BayoTech,  Renewable Hydrogen,  Biomethane,  

Carbon Clean, BayoTech to Develop Hydrogen, CO2 CCU (Ind. Report)
Carbon Clean, BayoTech
Date: 2021-05-10
London, UK-headquartered carbon capture an separation specialist Carbon Clean and Albuquerque, N.M,-based BayoTech Inc. are reporting a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore commercial opportunities targeted at hydrogen and carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) deployment.

Initially, the companies will work together on a demonstration facility to evaluate, design, and operate a carbon capture plant at a BayoTech site in North America, which will include a BayoTech H2-1000 generating unit and Carbon Clean's carbon capture technology, and is The demonstration facility The partnership enables process optimization to cut the cost for small scale hydrogen (H2) and CO2 production. (Source: BayoTech, Carbon Clean, PR, May, 2021) Contact: Carbon Clean, Aniruddha Sharma, CEO,; BayoTech, Mo Vargas, CEO , 505-977-7954,

More Low-Carbon Energy News CCU,  Carbon Clean,  BayoTech,  CCU,  Carbon Capture ,  

Hydrogen Producer BayoTech Scores $157Mn (Alt. Fuel, Hydrogen)
Date: 2021-01-08
Albuquerque, New Mexicao-based on-site hydrogen production specialist BayoTech Inc.reports receipt of an equity investment of up to $157 million from Newlight Partners LP and existing investors Cottonwood Technology Funds, Sun Mountain Capital and new investor Fortistar. The proceeds will be used to accelerate BayoTech's growth through product development, project development and infrastructure expansion.

Bayotech provides modular hydrogen generation systems using energy-efficient steam methane reformers (SMR). Current containerized BayoTech systems produce hydrogen at a rate of 200 kg H2, 500 kg H2 and 1,000 kg H2 per day. The company is developing systems capable of producing 5,000 kg, 10,000 kg and 30,000 kg of hydrogen per day, according to the release.

BayoTech's modular, scalable, and rapidly deployable hydrogen production systems requires low upfront capital commitments and when paired with renewable natural gas (RNG), offers the most cost-effective green hydrogen available today. (Source: BayoTech, PR, Website, 5 Jan., 2020) Contact: BayoTech, Stewart Stewart, CCO, (505) 639-9238,

More Low-Carbon Energy News BayoTech ,  Hydrogen,  

BayoTech, IGas Partnering for Hydrogen Development (Alt. Fuel)
BayoTech, IGas
Date: 2020-10-30
London, UK-headquartered IGas Energy is reporting an agreement with Albuquerque, New Mexico-based modular hydrogen generation systems manufacturer BayoTech to produce hydrogen from certain of IGas' existing gas sites in the South East, where the gas resource can be reformed into hydrogen which will then be marketed to local or national purchasers.

BayoTech's low carbon on-site generation technologies, which originated in Sandia National Laboratories, are more efficient than legacy steam methane reformers, according to the company. (Source: IGas, Website PR, 27 Oct., 2020) Contact: BayoTech, Inc., (505) 639-9238,, ; IGas Energy Plc, +44 (0) 207 993 9899,,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Methane,  Hydrogen,  

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