Partnership for Solar Hydrogen Production

[] Solar Hydrogen Energy Corporation (SHEC-Labs) has formed a partnership with Clean 16 Environmental Technologies and the University of Toronto (UT) to research hydrogen production. Clean 16 and UT will provide design and research assistance related to the cleaning and separation of methane gas from landfills that will be processed into hydrogen in SHEC-Labs’ Solar Hydrogen Generator. Ways to produce hydrogen using solar power, reduce the temperatures required for the disassociation of water, and produce hydrogen from fossil fuels through more economical means are the focus of the research. UT and Clean 16 have received CAD $345,000 (US $277,000) in Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology funding for research and development related to biogas upgrade and utilization.
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