HZI plans to build commercial-scale waste-to-hydrogen plant in Switzerland

EfW plant in Buchs to supply the power for the H2 production process

Swiss-Japanese plant engineering and construction company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has announced plans for a first commercial-scale waste-to-hydrogen plant as part of a joint venture with the Aarau-Lenzburg Regional Waste Disposal Association (Gekal). According to an HZI statement issued on Tuesday, the plant is to be located at the site of the waste-to-energy plant its JV partner operates in the Swiss city of Buchs. HZI will be responsible for the planning, engineering and construction activities and will continue to own and operate the hydrogen production plant for several years after start-up. Construction is slated to begin in June; the first hydrogen is to be produced at the start of 2023 and full operations to commence a few months later in the spring of next year.

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