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Smart boost for CPH2's hydrogen technology

Wednesday 5th February 2020

CPH2 submitted its application to Innovate UK’s Smart Grant Programme in October 2019. The programme is an opportunity to compete for a share of up to £25 million to deliver ambitious or disruptive R&D innovations that can make a significant impact on the UK economy.

Andy King, CEO (CPH2) said “This funding is a significant injection for us as it accelerates the safer, simpler and more sustainable development of our Membrane-Free Electrolyser™. It will enable us to improve the system design and build processes for which the outcome of the work will be a commercial scale hydrogen production system. This will be used to disseminate learning, demonstrate performance and safety and move towards full commercialisation of this innovative technology”.

“This funding from Innovate UK is a terrific endorsement of our research and development work which is helping the UK tackle climate change” commented Rodney Brook, Business Development Director who led the bid. “It provides a tremendous boost to the development of our company and the award is highly motivational for the team to know that the work they are involved in is tackling carbon emissions not only in the UK but globally”.

More than 95% of global hydrogen production is currently by steam methane reformation. This is largely a centralist activity in industrial plants and in general, the carbon dioxide produced in the process is not captured. With the unique technology that CPH2 is developing it will allow wider scale adoption, reducing barriers to clean hydrogen technology.

 


Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Conference – will you be there?

Tuesday 4th February 2020

The conference looks at the Hydrogen Economy and the range of applications for Fuel Cells, including transport as well as small and large-scale static and portable applications.

Following our Rushlight Awards win in January, the CPH2 team are excited to be exhibiting at this event to showcase our Membrane-Free Electrolyser. The event has a packed programme of speakers including representatives from BEIS, Northern Gas Networks, Scottish Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association, JLR and many more.

Don’t miss out, book your place now and we look forward to seeing you there.


And the winner is....

Monday 3rd February 2020

The Award was presented following the Rushlight Show held in London on 30th January. The Rushlight event is an opportunity for businesses to showcase their innovative and clean technology solutions.

At the Show, many entrants displayed a poster in the exhibition and delivered a presentation in the Rushlight Cleantech Showcase and/ or the Sustainable Solutions Market Panel to investors, financiers and major corporate customers.  

Business Development Director, Rodney Brook who attended the event said, “The award was a great finale to a successful day for CPH2”. Rodney continued “We’d had a lot of interest in our unique Membrane-Free Electrolyser throughout the event and winning this accolade confirms the demand for simple, safe and sustainable hydrogen production”.

The CPH2 Membrane-Free Electrolyser has been developed to generate green hydrogen from renewable sources for applications including large scale power to power, power to gas, power to transport and industrial feedstock/processes. The technology can also be used as a process enhancer for existing internal combustion engines and as a growth enhancer for the hydroponics sector.

To find out more about our technology,  call +44 (0)1302 328075 or email info@cph2.com  Also we will be exhibiting at the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells – Coming of Age event at the NEC, Birmingham on 17th March. See you there!


Is running good for you, really?

Wednesday 8th January 2020

Samantha Lee our Marketing Manager went for a long run and it made her think! Read her blog here


Christmas Wishes

Wednesday 18th December 2019

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