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Transform Materials LLC (´Transform´), a green technology company with a patented net CO2-negative process for the cost-effective commercial production of hydrogen and acetylene, will start its European operations from a site on the Brightlands Chemelot Campus.
Editorial office / Geleen

Transform Materials has developed a breakthrough technology that uses microwave-generated plasma to energise natural gas to form acetylene and hydrogen without any CO2 emissions. It is a replacement for the old processes in the chemical industry that generate impurities and form greenhouse gases. Transform also produces hydrogen in an energy-efficient manner.

For Transform, the campus and the Chemelot Industrial Park have the important advantage that production plants in Europe can be set up from here at an accelerated pace in order to expand its presence on the continent.

Brightlands Chemelot Campus is an innovative campus for companies which are deeply rooted in the industry and deal with challenges in the field of materials and chemistry. Located in the province of Limburg, the Brightlands Chemelot Campus and the Chemelot Industrial Park are at the heart of Europe’s industrial region. As a key driver for progress and innovation, this region offers facilities which enable Transform to test and scale up new processes.

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