SoHyCal: Solar PV Hydrogen production plant in Central CaliforniaCalifornia Energy Commission (CEC)
The California Energy Commission (CEC) announced the approval of funds for a grant of 3.96 million dolars to the project “Solar PV Hydrogen production plant in Central California“, SoHyCal, presented by H2B2, within the framework of the Alternative and Renewable Fuel & Vehicle Technology Program.
The project, promoted by H2B2, will be a pioneer in the world, from both technical and commercial point of view, and consists in the construction, financing and operation of a 100% renewable hydrogen production plant with PEM technology, with a nameplate capacity of up to 3,000 kg/day, using renewable energy from a photovoltaic plant.
It also involves storing the hydrogen in compressed gas, dispensing into tube-trailers up to 520 bar, and capability of injection of hydrogen blended with natural gas.
More details about the project SoHyCal
Engineering finished for the EL600N unit.
Overall progress over 83%.
Construction works ongoing.
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