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EE News: "Bill Gates, DOE eye low-CO2 hydrogen made from natural gas" 

FEBRUARY 10, 2021

An Energy Department-backed startup is promoting a new way to slash emissions from hydrogen production without ditching natural gas, and it's tapping into funds from Bill Gates' clean energy investor group and other major energy companies.

Bloomberg: "C-Zero Raises $11.5M Series A to Produce Clean Hydrogen from Natural Gas"

February 9, 2021

C-Zero Inc., a pioneer in natural gas decarbonization, announced today that it has raised $11.5 million in a Series A funding round co-led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Eni Next, with participation from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and AP Ventures.

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Greentech Media: "C-Zero Raises $11.5M to Scale Up ‘Turquoise Hydrogen’ Technology" 

FEBRUARY 09, 2021

Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Eni Next back the startup’s plan to make low-cost, carbon-free hydrogen from natural gas.

FEBRUARY 01, 2021

Round was co-led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Eni Next, with participation from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and AP Ventures.

May 1, 2020

Unlike current hydrogen generation technologies, C-Zero’s process will not directly coproduce carbon dioxide and does not require water as an input. If successful, this technology will allow C-Zero to significantly reduce the cost of hydrogen and accelerate large-scale, domestic hydrogen production with a low carbon footprint.

January 21, 2020

C-Zero announced that it has won a competitive $1 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy's Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office. C-Zero will use this funding to further study novel methane pyrolysis systems as well as methods of carbon removal.

November 26, 2019

C-Zero announced a $350,000 joint project with PG&E and SoCalGas which will allow the company to further its efforts in decarbonizing natural gas via methane pyrolysis.

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