OCOchem is pleased to announce it is the recipient of a grant from the Centralia Coal Transition Grants Energy Technology Board. The purpose of the Energy Technology Board is to identify worthwhile and effective energy technologies to create energy, air quality, haze, or other environmental benefits for the State of Washington.
OCOchem is slated to design, develop, build, and demonstrate its large-scale formic Electrolyzer System and formic-fueled power generator at the Port of Tacoma. The project will build and operate both a demonstration scale liquid hydrogen carrier production plan and a 20kW portable power system for regional deployment beginning in the early summer of 2024.
Read the original press release from the Centralia Coal Transition Grants Energy Technology Board HERE.