HTI in IP licensing agreement with UK’s Deuterium

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Hydrogen Technologies (HTI) has signed an exclusive IP licensing agreement with UK-based Deuterium Heating (Deuterium).

The agreement will further commercialize HTI’s hydrogen-based cleanH2steam DCC boiler. The partnership will allow HTI to expand their geographical footprint across Europe, while offering a zero emissions heating and steam technology directed at decarbonizing the $30 billon global Commercial & Industrial (C&I) heating market. The agreement’s initial geographic focus will be in the UK and Ireland.

“Through the combination of HTI’s expertise in hydrogen boiler technology and Protium’s knowledge of the UK market and their project acumen demonstrated to date, we are able to offer a unique method for helping British businesses to achieve zero emission heat and steam solutions.

Ryan Breen, head of corporate strategy of JEV.
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