Patriot Hydrogen (an Australian company involved in hydrogen and funded by Liberty Energy Capital) has established a joint venture with CAC-H₂ (a Singaporean renewable fuel technology company).
A new agreement revealed today (Nov 3) will see CAC-H2 support Patriot Hydrogen in developing waste-to-hydrogen plants throughout Australia.
Patriot Hydrogen’s ‘Patriot 2 Hydrogen’ or P2H units are modular and designed to bypass some of the infrastructure challenges associated with the sale and use of hydrogen.
As world leaders embark on the high-stakes COP26 summit in Glasgow to revive international climate negotiations, Patriot Hydrogen enters a key deal to develop its promising P2H units.
As a headline participant, the company will be one of a select few innovative companies leading the way in renewable technologies that will share their technological breakthroughs with leaders at the conference, also known as the COP26 summit, in Glasgow, Scotland.
Early testing has proved that Titan Hydrogen’s fuel cell enhancement technology delivers significantly higher voltages compared with regular fuel cells.