Green Hydrogen Bid of Modern Electron: Developing Methane Pyrolysis Reactors
Here’s an article posted in Geek Wire.
According to the article,
- Clean energy startup Modern Electron has raised $32.8 million from investors to help fund and expand its transition to hydrogen fuel.
- The Bothell, Wash.-based company has stopped work on heat-to-electricity technology, its original focus, and shifted to making hydrogen fuel.
- Modern Electron is changing its name to Modern Hydrogen and is developing methane pyrolysis reactors that take natural gas from fossil fuels or biogas from sources like manure and strip off the carbon to make hydrogen fuel.