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Nikola and KeyState to create low-carbon value chain  

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Meenal Datar

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Nikola Corporation and KeyState Natural Gas Synthesis are working together to create Pennysylvania’s, US, first low-carbon hydrogen production value chain. The project is set to include full integration of commercial carbon capture and storage. 

The project is set to show the transition to lower emissions in transportation, chemicals, and manufacturing. Operations are due to commence in 2026. With over 7,000 acres, the KeyState site is expected to have the capacity to store the carbon associated with the hydrogen production. In addition, the project will provide strategic reach and access to premium mid-Atlantic FCEV (fuel cell electric vehicle) markets. 

KeyState will also produce ammonia and urea for industrial and transportation markets.  

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