Sandia National Laboratories received an Excellence in Technology Transfer Award from the Federal Labs Consortium due to the success of licensing high-efficiency hydrogen generation technology to BayoTech, a New Mexico company that developed a solution for on-site production of low-cost, low-carbon hydrogen.
BayoTech’s modular, scalable and rapidly deployable generators produce hydrogen at the point of use, eliminating the cost and carbon emissions associated with liquification and transportation.
“Hydrogen will be a key enabler for the global energy transition,” said BayoTech Director of Research and Development Robert Moore. “BayoTech’s high-efficiency hydrogen generation technology provides a consistent, cost-effective supply of low-carbon hydrogen that can power zero-emission transportation, decarbonize industry and accelerate the transition to a clean energy future.”
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