New California hydrogen fuel plant will use wood waste

December 22, 2021

Mote, a climate tech company has announced its intentions to build a $100 million hydrogen fuel facility that will use wood waste.

The plant will be constructed outside Bakersfield, California and will help to divert greenhouse gas emissions.

As of the time of the writing of this article, there had yet to be a construction contract awarded for building the hydrogen fuel facility. Mote has stated that it expects the plant to produce about 7 million kilograms of carbon negative H2. This process will, according to the company, remove 150,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere each year.

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