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Green Hydrogen from Seawater: Equatic Makes by Extracting CO2

Here’s an article posted in Market Screener.

According to the article,

  • US-based Equatic plans to extract CO2 from seawater and produce green hydrogen
  • The company uses a technique that extracts stored CO2 from the water, releasing green hydrogen
  • Ocean water contains 150 times more CO2 than the air, making it more effective to remove CO2 from seawater

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Carbon dioxide capture technology

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Green hydrogen fuel production

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