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Live at CERAWeek: Inside 8 Rivers' revolutionary 8RH2 technology


In this episode of H2Tech Talk titled "Inside 8 Rivers' Revolutionary 8RH2 Technology," host Tyler Campbell welcomes Damian Beauchamp, president and chief development officer of 8 Rivers. Damian discusses the CERAWeek experience, their 8RH2 system used to produce H2 for ammonia creation and carbon sequestration.

Live at CERAWeek: Insights on the ever-changing H2 landscape


Live from CERAWeek 2024, this episode features an interview with Catherine Robinson, Executive Director of Hydrogen and Low-Carbon Gas at S&P Global. Catherine's insights into H2 and renewable gas take a look back at the changes in the past year and how we can forecast emerging trends.

Green H2 breakthrough with Honeywell UOP's catalyst coated membrane


This episode of H2TechTalk features Kevin Quast from Honeywell UOP, who introduces cutting-edge catalyst coated membrane (CCM) technology, a key driver in advancing green H2 production. Kevin explains how this technology enhances electrolyzer efficiency while minimizing the use of precious metals. We also discuss Honeywell's strategy for fostering a H2-based economy and the significant implications for renewable energy and industrial applications.

H2: Earth’s next great energy source?


In this episode of H2TechTalk, we delve into the potential of hydrogen as a key player in the future of sustainable energy. Drawing from the December 2023 issue of H2Tech, we explore the advancements, challenges and innovations in H2 technology, highlighting its role as a clean, abundant energy source capable of significantly reducing global carbon emissions. Subscribe and share to stay updated with the cutting-edge of H2 innovation and sustainable solutions.

Unlocking the potential of hydrogen in the energy transition era


In this episode, H2Tech spoke with John Oyen, Director of Business Development at ABB Inc. Discover the intricacies of project development, the potential of green and blue H2, and innovative solutions for decarbonization. Whether it's creating sustainable aviation fuel or navigating the complexities of energy transition, this episode offers valuable insights into the future of renewable energy.

Exploring the future of H2, ammonia and decarbonization


In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Grant Grothen, Principal in the Energy Group at Burns & McDonnell, live from the Global Syngas Conference. Grant shared his insights on the technical advancements, challenges, and future prospects of H2, ammonia and the decarbonization journey with a focus on legislation impacts, market dynamics and the role of different energy sources.

Using waste gases to convert water to H2 without electricity


In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Delome Fair, VP of Engineering for Utility Global. Utility Global was founded in 2018 and uses waste gases to convert water into H2. The conversation covered the company's electrochemical process without electricity, pre-combustion carbon removal and gasification.

Topsoe's involvement in solid oxide electrolysis and dynamic ammonia process


In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Bo Hartvigsen, Senior Business Development Director, Power-to-X for Topsoe. The conversation covered solid oxide electrolysis, the dynamic ammonia process and Topsoe’s role in the energy transition.

Teal H2 production: Utilizing microwave energy to decarbonize natural gas—Part 2


In this episode, H2Tech continued speaking with Jan Boshoff, CEO at Nu:ionic Technologies and Arturo Puigbo, CCO at Nu:ionic Technologies. The conversation covered Nu:ionic's microwave technology, comparing it to steam methane reforming, autothermal reforming and electrolyzers, and the company's future initiatives.

Teal H2 production: Utilizing microwave energy to decarbonize natural gas—Part 1


In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Jan Boshoff, CEO at Nu:ionic Technologies and Arturo Puigbo, CCO at Nu:ionic Technologies. The conversation covered Nu:ionic technologies and offerings, the H2 color spectrum, including the company's teal H2, and the catalyst reaction process.

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