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Black & Veatch completes green hydrogen study for Empati


Empati, an artificial intelligence startup, aims to investigate the viability of employing distributed green hydrogen generation to fuel vehicle fleets.

The work was commissioned by the US-based corporation in the form of a study, which Black & Veatch completed.

Black & Veatch will conduct an economic, logistical, and technological assessment of onsite, on-demand hydrogen production as a fuel for fleet operators as part of this.

Black & Veatch hopes that by releasing the paper, they will be able to prove that small-scale distributed hydrogen production at the point of use is a feasible alternative for obtaining competitive pricing points.

The research will be conducted in conjunction with a collaborative endeavor to integrate Empati’s AI platform with Black & Veatch’s Asset 360 platform.

Anela Dokso

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