LONDON – Patriot Hydrogen Ltd is advancing towards a direct listing on the London Stock Exchange slated for the first half of 2024, with Cronin Capital orchestrating pre-listing funding and overseeing the public offering process. The collaboration between the two firms is part of a strategic move to fund the commissioning of innovative waste-to-energy plants in the UK and Australia next year.
The partnership with Cronin Capital is a pivotal step for Patriot Hydrogen, as it seeks to secure early-stage capital for its foundation projects scheduled to kick off in the fourth quarter of 2023. Cronin’s involvement extends beyond the initial funding phase, with plans to continue advising Patriot Hydrogen post-listing to support its market growth aspirations.
Patriot Hydrogen has made significant headway in preparing for its upcoming projects, achieving shovel-ready status in 2023. The company has assembled local teams, secured engineering and EPC contractors, and established necessary partnerships for land, feedstock, and product offtake. This groundwork underscores Patriot’s readiness to operationalize its first two waste-to-energy plants in the coming year.
The company’s proprietary pyrolysis process is designed to transform waste management and energy production by converting local waste into a variety of valuable resources. This technology will enable Patriot Hydrogen to generate multiple revenue streams from products such as renewable electricity, biodiesel, ethanol, biochar, carbon credits, green hydrogen, bio-methanol, and green ammonia.
Beyond the UK and Australia, Patriot Hydrogen aims to expand its project pipeline into strategic jurisdictions like Africa. The focus on these regions reflects an ambition to leverage local waste materials as a resource, contributing to sustainable development and energy solutions globally.
In a related industry development underscoring the growing interest in sustainable fuels, ABEL Energy recently chose SunGas Renewables to supply green methanol for a new facility in Northern Tasmania. This move aligns with broader trends towards cleaner energy alternatives and complements Patriot Hydrogen’s efforts in promoting renewable energy solutions.
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