In Bayonne, New Jersey, NovoHydrogen and TigerGenCo announce an increase in renewable hydrogen production capacity.
In Bayonne, USA, NovoHydrogen and TigerGenCo are looking to reduce the energy center’s reliance on natural gas. In addition, the two partners aim to provide electricity to New York City. The power supply would be done through a sub-Hudson cable.
NovoHydrogen will develop and operate the hydrogen production facility to reduce Bayonne’s carbon emissions. In addition, the company will provide a reliable supply of electricity to the New York metropolitan area. In addition, Ohmium International plans to supply the electrolysers for the project.
Matt McMonagle, CEO of NovoHydrogen, states:
“Renewable hydrogen offers a tremendous opportunity to use existing gas-fired power generation assets to provide 100% clean, dispatchable power 24/7 to the New York Metro region. We are very excited to work with the TigerGenCo team on this innovative project that shows what is possible. Ohmium’s PEM electrolyzers offer us the perfect scalable and flexible solution for this application. We can expand capacity over time as the project progresses.”
NovoHydrogen works closely with renewable electricity providers. The company allows operators like TigerGenCode to provide the same controllable power as from gas.
TigerGenCo is a developer, owner and operator of power generation and energy infrastructure projects. The company operates in the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States. The company is responsible for the operation of Bayonne Energy Center, NJ and Red Oak Power in Sayreville.