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Hydrogen Technologies

hydrogentechnologiesinc.com

Founded Year

2017

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Hydrogen Technologies

Hydrogen Technologies holds intellectual property for a breakthrough high-temperature Dynamic Combustion Chamber (“DCC”) boiler that enables zero-emissions hydrogen to generate heat, hot-water, high-temperature steam, and Combined Heat & Power (“CHP”) through a closed-loop process.On January 22nd 2021, Hydrogen Technologies was acquired by Jericho Oil Corporation. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

34 South California Street

Stockton, California, 95202,

United States

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Latest Hydrogen Technologies News

Equinix, NUS CERT Partner to Advance Hydrogen Technologies for Data Centers

Sep 24, 2022

Equinix, NUS CERT Partner to Advance Hydrogen Technologies for Data Centers September 24, 2022 Equinix has announced a partnership with the Centre for Energy Research & Technology (CERT) under the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) College of Design and Engineering to explore technologies that enable the use of hydrogen as a green fuel source for mission-critical data center infrastructure. Together, Equinix and CERT will launch the world’s first research project to compare the efficiency of proton-exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells and fuel-flexible linear generator technologies. PEM fuel cells are a leading contender for hydrogen energy, while fuel-flexible linear generators enable operators to easily switch between various clean fuel options including hydrogen, biogas and various renewable liquid fuels. Adoption of these technologies may allow data centers to reduce carbon emissions while meeting the rising demand for data, colocation and interconnection services. The research collaboration between Equinix and CERT will involve a holistic assessment of the suitability of these technologies for tropical data centers, considering local climatic conditions, site constraints, power demand, supply chain, fuel storage capabilities as well as local regulatory policies. This research initiative comes under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed earlier this year between the two partners. Under the MOU, CERT will conduct a comprehensive analysis of technologies identified in collaboration with Equinix, to determine the operational viability of the technologies at scale. Based on the results of the research, Equinix expects to develop proof-of-concept projects within its global network of data centers for real-world testing and to support incorporation into future data center designs. By driving innovation in Singapore, the Equinix and CERT partnership aims to accelerate disruptive technologies that can reduce the carbon footprint of global data centers, particularly in tropical locations. This partnership forms part of Equinix’s Future First strategy that underscores the company’s commitment to greening the digital economy. Green hydrogen has been identified as a viable source of sustainable energy for data centers. However, hydrogen generation on an industrial scale remains several years away from being commercially viable, making it imperative to assess and adopt alternatives even as global research and development continues. Yee May Leong, Managing Director, South Asia, Equinix, says, “Data centers serve as the conduit powering the digital economy, and greening their operations can drive the rise of sustainable business throughout the broader economic landscape. Working with like-minded partners like the Centre for Energy Research & Technology at NUS empowers us with the combined experience and expertise to advance the growth of digital economies in line with environmental obligations, benefiting the data center industry, global economies, and the planet.”

Hydrogen Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Hydrogen Technologies founded?

    Hydrogen Technologies was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Hydrogen Technologies's headquarters?

    Hydrogen Technologies's headquarters is located at 34 South California Street, Stockton.

  • What is Hydrogen Technologies's latest funding round?

    Hydrogen Technologies's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Hydrogen Technologies?

    Investors of Hydrogen Technologies include Jericho Oil.

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