Recycle Phase 2

March 2023 – March 2025

Phase 2 of the RECYCLE project will see the RECYCLE consortium construct and test a fully integrated innovative hydrogen production pilot unit at The University of Manchester, demonstrating a new technology to produce syngas and pure hydrogen with nearly zero direct carbon dioxide emissions.

The final demonstration is planned for the second half of 2024 in the pilot area of the James Chadwick Building at The University of Manchester.

This £5.1 million collaborative project funded by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero’s Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP), also involves five world-leading industrial partners in the area of engineering for sustainable development: Johnson Matthey, TotalEnergies OneTech, Kent, Helical Energy and Element Energy (an ERM Group Company).