Making clean hydrogen and pure carbon by splitting methane

Hydrogenius is now Hycamite TCD Technologies.

Making clean hydrogen and pure carbon by splitting methane

Clean hydrogen and pure carbon


Hycamite TCD Technologies develops technology for producing clean hydrogen and pure carbon.

We decompose the methane from natural gas or biogas into its elemental components— hydrogen and carbon. We release no emissions into the atmosphere and offer the components in a usable form for industries worldwide.


Our innovative net-zero emissions technology is an answer to growing demand within industry for sustainable energy, crucial raw materials, and decarbonized industrial processes.

With us, you can replace CO2-emitting natural gas or other fossil fuels with sustainable, emissions-free hydrogen. When processing biomethane with our unique Hycamite technology, you can even create a carbon sink.



Versatile and safe carbon is used in a range of industrial applications. With our novel technology, pure carbon is made when we produce our climate-friendly hydrogen.

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Hydrogen -
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Pure carbon has a range of industrial applications

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Gasum and Hycamite begin cooperation on decarbonizing natural gas and biogas

Gasum and Hycamite begin cooperation on decarbonizing natural gas and biogas

25.11.2021
Energy company Gasum and Finnish company Hycamite TCD Technologies are to study the decarbonization of natural gas and biogas. Natural gas and biogas mostly consist of methane and Hycamite’s technology decomposes the methane molecules in gas into its elemental components, clean hydrogen and pure carbon with no emissions.
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Hycamite COB Matti Malkamäki on Kauppalehti - Feasibility of many hydrogen projects is questionable

Hycamite COB Matti Malkamäki on Kauppalehti - Feasibility of many hydrogen projects is questionable

22.11.2021
The competition in the hydrogen economy is so fierce that evaluation on the impact of hydrogen projects on the European energy market has been partially incomplete.
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