The unit produces fuel cell spec hydrogen onsite, ready for dispensing to customers, and is capable of producing 225kg of hydrogen per day from bio-methanol feedstock and deionised water.

It combines Azolla’s technology with a 400 bar Neuman & Esser compressor.

Jared Sayers, CEO of Azolla Hydrogen, said, “This is in alignment with our 2023 commercialisation plan to offer additional production capacity and pressures to meet customer demand.

“The AZ225 Biodrome unit represents a major step forward in producing and delivering low-carbon hydrogen fuel.”

Last year, the Canadian company signed a Memorandum of Understanding with California State University, Los Angeles), which aligns with the company’s plan to expand its operations into the US.

Under the MoU, Azolla’s 225 unit would be integrated into the university’s existing Hydrogen Research and Fuelling Facility infrastructure.

The research and design project demonstrated Azolla’s updated compression, storage and dispensing equipment on its hydrogen production units.

Read more: Canadian bio-methanol-to-hydrogen firm strikes deal with Californian university

Also in 2021, Azolla was accepted into the Canadian Technology Accelerator which aims to grow the Canadian hydrogen sector within Germany with innovative solutions.

The six-month programme offers companies support including local industry and culture, marketing campaign support sessions, virtual pitching, as well as business to business matchmaking.

Read more: Azolla Hydrogen ready to expand presence in Germany with innovative technology

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