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Partnership aims to grow hydrogen fuelling sector

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BCCK Holding Company (BCCK) has partnered with Kaizen Clean Energy (KCE), a leading developer of hydrogen and “energy as a service” solutions, to develop pre-engineered solutions for hydrogen fuelling and power generation.
Under this agreement, BCCK, an engineering, procurement, fabrication, and field construction service firm, will design and manufacture methanol to hydrogen reformers integrated with hydrogen fuelling infrastructure.
KCE and BCCK will deploy mobile hydrogen generators for lease or purchase in the second half of this year.
By using methanol to hydrogen reformers, these integrated systems will reduce the midstream cost of hydrogen and unlock market potential in hydrogen fueling, EV charging and microgrid applications.
Kevin Blount, CEO of BCCK, said: “Gas processing and handling is a core competency at BCCK, which supports KCE’s goals of providing safe, reliable and affordable hydrogen and electricity to clients. Combining KCE’s technology with BCCK’s integrated engineering, fabrication, installation, construction and maintenance services lowers the cost of hydrogen and simplifies our clients’ energy transition needs.”
Eric Smith, co-founder of KCE, added: “We are excited for the opportunity to integrate BCCK’s history of safe and high-quality product development into the hydrogen fueling and EV charging market. Our team has a long history of working with BCCK, and we have chosen to work together again due to BCCK’s reputation for first in class fabrication capabilities, meeting the most onerous codes and classifications.”