The two companies will collaborate on waste-to-hydrogen energy systems to support the decarbonisation of airport operations and integration of hydrogen.

H3 Dynamics will provide hydrogen power systems to replace conventional fuel at airports, especially in Asia, Europe and the US, while Raven SR will supply renewable hydrogen production facilities to power ground operations and help reduce emissions at airports.

Matt Murdock, CEO of Raven SR, said, “By collaborating with H3 Dynamics, we can reach a broader network among airports and equipment to install waste-to-energy hubs where there is an acute need to curb emissions.”

Earlier this month, Raven SR also signed an MoU with Japan Airlines (JAL) to supply waste-to-hydrogen sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for major global routes.

An initial 50,000 tonnes of SAF will be supplied in 2025, with annual incremental increasing to 200,000 tonnes 10 years later.

Read more: Raven SR and Japan Airlines sign MoU to supply SAF for international routes

The company converts different types of local waste, such as green waste, organic waste and methane from municipal solid waste, into clean fuels.

It uses a non-combustion thermal, chemical reductive process that converts organic waste and landfill gas to hydrogen and Fischer-Tropsch synthetic fuels.

Taras Wankewycz, CEO of H3 Dynamics, said, “Raven SR’s advanced waste-to-hydrogen technology offers a less intensive, more sustainable means of locally producing fuel.”


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