By Jennifer Tershak


Chevron Corp., Hyzon Motors Inc. and Raven SR Inc., a renewable fuels company, are collaborating on a green waste-to-hydrogen factory to supply hydrogen fuel to transportation markets in Northern California.


On project details:

The facility will be owned and operated by Raven SR and is targeted to come online in the first quarter of 2024. Chevron holds a 50% equity stake in Raven SR. Raven SR holds a 30% stake and Hyzon owns the remaining 20%.

On hydrogen production:

Chevron plans to market its share of the hydrogen in Bay Area and Northern California fueling stations, helping the energy transition to zero emission vehicles. Hyzon, a supplier of fuel cell electric commercial vehicles, plans to provide refueling for hydrogen fuel cell trucks at a hub in Richmond, Calif. The project is expected to divert up to 99 wet tons of green and food waste per day from Republic Services Inc.'s West Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill into its non-combustion Steam/CO(2) Reforming process to produce up to 2,400 metric-tons per year of renewable hydrogen. The organic waste will help fulfill California mandates, and will potentially avoid up to 7,200 metric-tons per year of CO(2) emissions from the landfill.


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January 09, 2023 15:26 ET (20:26 GMT)

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