Hydrogen Fuels Australia plans modular project in Victoria
- Hydrogen Fuels Australia (H2FA) today announced strategies to launch a modular hydrogen manufacturing facility as well as a refuelling terminal in the state of Victoria, Australia.
To be situated in Truganina, near Laverton, the center will initially generate 60-90 kg of environment-friendly hydrogen using power from H2FA's 750-kW solar setup. The business intends to scale up the operations to generate regarding 3,000 kg of hydrogen, which will enable the station to fuel more than 100 automobiles daily.
The project will make use of modular electrolysers made by Denmark-based Green Hydrogen Systems, while fuel cells will certainly be given by Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG).
H2FA has gotten all the equipment for the project and also is waiting for local authorizations. It anticipates to start the operation of the center in February 2022.
The plant will certainly likewise consist of research and also academic facilities.
"The modular H2FA model will additionally allow us to expand quickly across Victoria as well as Australia to satisfy growing demand for hydrogen refuelling, while designating resources and other resources with ideal performance," H2FA principal business officer Robert Grove commented.
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