Topsoe and Fidelis New Energy form carbon neutral hydrogen alliance

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Topsoe and Fidelis New Energy have entered into a global alliance for technology used for producing carbon neutral hydrogen.
The alliance pairs Topsoe’s hydrogen process portfolio with FidelisH2™ technology for reduction of lifecycle carbon emissions in hydrogen production. Combined, the alliance solution enables the production of hydrogen from natural gas with a lifecycle carbon intensity of 0 kgCO2e / kgH2.
Producing decarbonised products, materials, and fuels through proven technologies such as the Topsoe Blue Portfolio and FidelisH2™ is a critical contribution to decarbonising carbon intense sectors of society, including industry, digital infrastructure, agriculture, energy, and transportation.
Topsoe and Fidelis are dedicated to continue to play their roles in this important endeavour to accelerate the energy transition and to join forces to provide an offering for life cycle carbon neutral hydrogen utilising renewables and natural gas.
Henrik Rasmussen, managing director, The Americas, Topsoe, said: “This is an exciting partnership to lead the way to achieve net-zero in 2050. I look forward to working with Fidelis in setting the bar high regarding transitional energy technologies. With this alliance, we can offer clients across all industrial sectors, a proven and exceptional carbon neutral hydrogen solution.”
Co-founder and CEO of Fidelis, Dan Shapiro, said: “We are excited to partner with Topsoe, the leading provider of hydrogen production technology and catalysts. After several years of work with Topsoe leadership, catalysts, and technologies, we are pleased to formally join forces with them through this Global Alliance Agreement to deliver carbon neutral hydrogen produced from Topsoe’s Blue Portfolio and the innovative and novel FidelisH2™ process.”

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