Hydrogen Technologies (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jericho Energy Ventures) has signed MoUs with two major North American food companies for hydrogen boilers.
These projects build on the success of the Rémy Cointreau project underway in Scotland as the Food & Beverage Industry look to dramatically lower their emissions. Jericho, in Q4 2021, announced a green distillery project with Rémy Cointreau’s Bruichladdich Distillery.
The partnerships will initially focus on select facilities to potentially roll out the cleanH2steam DCCTM Hydrogen Boiler company-wide with both corporations.
JEV will initially complete a front-end engineering evaluation to establish the process design to meet the specific steam requirements of select facilities, including optimal hydrogen and oxygen production, storage, and typical balance of plant systems.
Brian Williamson, CEO of Jericho Energy Ventures, said, “At the core of our collaboration agreements with these industry-leading food companies is the potential to develop an innovative and integrated hydrogen offering for commercialisation and deployment of smarter, cleaner, and more economical energy solutions.”
Minnova provide an update on hydrogen strategy
Minnova Corp. (a resource development company) has provided an update on the ongoing design and testing of a new generation of gasification technology by DUMA Engineering (2018) Inc. in collaboration with leading European Institutes capable of producing higher hydrogen content and tar-free syngas than existing technologies.
Design and test work is ongoing and is expected to be finalised in Q2 2022.
Minnova Corp established a wholly-owned subsidiary, Minnova Renewable Energy, targeting green hydrogen production. It plans to develop Minnova Renewable Energy into a leading green energy production and technology company.
Minnova Renewable Energy is rapidly evolving as green energy production and clean technology company. To accelerate development, site selection discussions are progressing for initial green hydrogen development projects on three continents.