The Canadian government has decreed hydrogen will play a key role in efforts to achieve the climate-neutrality target of 2050, which Danish catalysis specialist Haldor Topsøe is now capitalizing on.
Topsøe has just sold a piece of its Syncor technology to US chemical and gas firm Air Products, which plans to use the tech to capture CO2 at its forthcoming hydrogen plant near Edmonton in Alberta, Canada.
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