Skyre develops new system to reduce carbon emissions

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Skyre, an East Hartford-based global clean energy company, is launching a new system to recyle hydrogen used at work sites. 

The new system is said that it an be used by businessess and manufacturers to recyle 99.99 percent of hydrogen used at their work sites.

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The system, which is called “H2Renew”,  allows buisnesses to reduce their carbon emissions by as much as 50 percent.

Skyre says they originally designed that system for NASA. Skyre will be releasing the new product later on Monday.

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