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World-first: Conversion of Biogas from sewage into Hydrogen

The Australian government has approved over £5m of funding to develop the world’s first project that will convert biogas into hydrogen!

It is believed that the project will take Bigoas, developed from sewage collected at water treatment plants, and then convert it into hydrogen and graphite

The Hazer group, who will benefit from the funding, are due to build the facility to the cost of over £8m, and it’s believed that the facility will have an output of 100 tonnes per annum.

If the facility is successful the technology could be moved out to other plants across Australia and mean that the country could do a brisk trade in exporting hydrogen and graphite. With a growing market in Hydrogen-run cars, this could quite profitable for Hazer and other groups who may adopt similar technologies


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