Global Hydrogen plans to bring modular biogas plants to market in 2023

Global Hydrogen intends to launch modular micro biogas plants on the market in 2023 and has concluded an agreement with Tarpol for the design, construction, testing and evaluation of the prototype technology of a modular GH200 micro biogas plant with a capacity of up to 5kW, the company announced.

“The agreement with Tarpol is a step in the development of the second branch of the Global Hydrogen business. Thanks to this cooperation, we will be able to enter a completely new area - agri-food. Micro biogas plant with a capacity of up to 5kW is a solution that will be addressed to small and medium-sized farms and individual recipients. […] The signed agreement is directly related to earlier announcements of accelerating the commercialization of Global Hydrogen's technological solutions,” said Zbigniew Lizoń, CEO of Global Hydrogen, quoted in the release.

The project will be implemented based on the patented SMBP (Self Mixing Biogas Plant) technology. Work on a new type of installation of the GH200 micro biogas plant will be carried out in five stages.

Tarpol is a company operating since 2001 that deals with the design, construction and commissioning of biogas plants, waste recycling and photovoltaics.

Global Hydrogen is a company listed on NewConnect, developing technologies in the green energy industry. Its core activity includes the design, construction and sale of modular micro biogas plants for the agri-food sector, based on the patented SMBP (Self Mixing Biogas Plant) technology.

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