Today’s natural gas infrastructure meets tomorrow’s net-zero targets.
Low-cost, industrial-scale clean hydrogen, whenever and wherever you need it.
Dispatchable clean hydrogen, wherever natural gas is delivered.
At EkonaTM, we’re decarbonizing hydrogen production in the energy sector and heavy industry, utilizing abundant, low-cost hydrocarbon resources in cleaner, better ways. Our customers can deploy Ekona’s xCaliberTM reactor wherever there is natural gas infrastructure. What’s more, our solution requires no water for hydrogen production, few electricity resources, and doesn’t rely on CO2 sequestration infrastructure to make it clean.
Produces 90% fewer GHG emissions than incumbent steam methane reformers
Lower cost than blue hydrogen solutions
Is suitable for large-scale, industrial applications
Is deployable where natural gas infrastructure exists
Easy to integrate
Uses standard balance of plant equipment
A down-to-earth solution for scaling clean hydrogen production and accelerating greenhouse gas emissions reductions.
Ekona is applying customer focus to the net zero challenge, bringing to market an established process – methane pyrolysis – in a ground-breaking new way. Our platform uses pulsed combustion and high-speed gas dynamics to split natural gas into clean hydrogen and solid carbon, literally bringing carbon and GHG management back down to earth.
Technology developed to decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors.
“If you’re trying to decarbonize your energy system and you’re trying to decarbonize your natural gas usage, which is hard to do, this will be the lowest-cost way to do it.” Read what else Ekona’s CEO, Chris Reid, had to say when he spoke with the Daily Oil Bulletin for a story than ran last week…
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