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Siemens partners with Boson Energy to convert waste into clean energy for EV charging
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Jul 3, 2024
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Waste Recovery & Management Tech

Waste Recovery & Management Tech

Jul 3, 2024

Siemens partners with Boson Energy to convert waste into clean energy for EV charging

Partnerships

  • Siemens AG has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Boson Energy, a company specializing in sustainable waste-to-energy solutions, to develop technology to convert non-recyclable waste into renewable energy.

  • The partners aim to strengthen local energy sustainability and enable the infrastructure for hydrogen-powered electric vehicle charging without destabilizing the energy grid or escalating consumer costs.

  • Siemens expects to assist Boson Energy to create a scalable waste-to-energy solution with a  plan to establish over 300 plants in order to generate 1 million tons of hydrogen from waste by 2030, reducing CO2 emissions by up to 30 million tons per year. The initiative will begin in Sweden, Poland, and Germany, with the goal of eventual global reach.

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