The initiative aims to utilise a breakthrough cleanh2steam DCC zero-emission hydrogen boiler that could be used to provide district heat for various locations in the US.
This presents a new opportunity for the hydrogen market to decarbonise an important sector within US society and thus also provides the chance to integrate hydrogen technologies further into the US.
HT’s District Heat solution aligns precisely with US Department of Energy’s (DOE) recent Funding Opportunity Announcement of a $7.5m two-year pilot initiative to reduce carbon emissions and improve efficiencies of district heat systems.
HT’s DCC hydrogen boiler is a building block for District Energy operators exploring the hydrogen economy while simultaneously eliminating CO2, SOX, and NOX emissions.
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