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Astrimar, Supercritical to work on renewable methanol project

4 June 2024

Technology assurance company Astrimar has agreed to support Supercritical and HAMR Energy on their project to cut renewable methanol costs by up to a fifth. The demonstration project will use ultra-high efficiency, high pressure green hydrogen.

The partnership aims to bring commercial, world scale systems to market by 2030 using game-changing innovation in electrolysis from the UK and a burgeoning market opportunity for renewable methanol in Australia.

The project will be funded by the Australia-UK Renewable Hydrogen Innovation Partnership.

Astrimar will support the project by facilitating the development of a certification and compliance road map for the containerised product concept for markets in the UK and Australia. Methanol is used in maritime shipping, among other uses.

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