Our project partners
We’re excited to be unlocking the full potential of hydrogen alongside a range of customers.
Agri-e was one of our first project partners. The company is a system integrator developing turnkey, container-based solutions for extracting hydrogen and green CO₂ from biogas. Agri-e will use Hydrogen Mem-Tech's membrane technology to produce pure hydrogen for use across applications such as transportation and industrial production.
Agri-e's systems are designed for decentralised and scalable energy production. By utilising hydrogen and green CO₂, they aim to improve energy-efficiency and reduce carbon footprints in the biogas industry and beyond.
Amogy is a world-leading developer and supplier to the sustainable hydrogen economy. It focuses on decarbonising commercial transport by using ammonia as an energy source. This aligns well with Hydrogen Mem-Tech's own goal of enabling decarbonisation through new technology and providing pure hydrogen to industrial and commercial users.
Our testing programme will focus on controlling of the purity grade of hydrogen produced from cracking green ammonia. Our highly selective palladium membrane is uniquely suited to this purpose, and has gained Amogy's attention due to its potential to enable power solutions based on ammonia fuels as hydrogen carriers.
This is an important step forward for Hydrogen Mem-Tech and we are delighted to be collaborating with Amogy towards this project's success.
Hydrogen Mem-Tech's hydrogen separator was tested at Clara Venture Lab's advanced fuel cell module for system testing at Energy House outside Bergen, Norway. The test centre for sustainable solutions is part of the Sustainable Energy Catapult Centre for developing tomorrow's maritime solutions using sustainable technology and fuels.
Clara Venture Lab aims to validate technical solutions for the maritime and offshore markets, and prepare fuel cell solutions for future demonstration at an Odfjell chemical tank ship. Hydrogen Mem-Tech's technology is a central component in a small footprint power system adapted for demanding applications, such as ships or offshore installations.
These solutions hold massive potential for efficient use of different fuels, either for clean power production or co-production of hydrogen and power. The technology also provides an opportunity for direct CO₂ capture from using natural gas or biogas as fuel.
Alongside SINTEF Industry Hydrogen Mem-Tech is currently conducting research on converting ammonia into hydrogen using our membrane technology. This project aims to help solve hydrogen transport-related challenges. It is co-founded by HYDROGENi: a new centre for environmentally friendly energy research established by the Research Council of Norway. As one of the centre’s industry partners we are contributing NOK 2M in investments, expertise and equipment.
Ammonia (NH3) is a highly promising hydrogen carrier predicted to play an important role in the new hydrogen economy. The molecule has a high hydrogen content, is easier to liquefy and store than H2 and also carbon-free. The PALLAMONIA project’s main objective is to use Hydrogen Mem-Tech’s commercial palladium-based separation technology to recover high purity hydrogen from NH3, potentially for use as fuel, and particularly in the marine sector.