Pure Hydrogen powers up with first fuel cell generator sale
- Pure Hydrogen has struck a major milestone with the sale of a 5 kilowatt fuel cell generator-- among the very first of its kind in Australia-- to The Plumbing Industry Climate Action Centre.
The fuel cell generator, which uses hydrogen to generate power with zero emissions, will certainly be made use of by PICAC at its Hydrogen Centre of Excellent in Queensland, Australia's first devoted training facility for training jobs of the future in hydrogen.
This was given under an arrangement that outlines purchase setup for the supply of the hydrogen-fuelled generator as well as hydrogen fuel, with setup as well as delivery anticipated this month.
Pure Hydrogen (ASX: PH2) expects to receive concerning $55,000 from the sale of the generator and also supply of hydrogen in the initial year.
The 5kW hydrogen fuel cell gensets can be utilized in a broad series of applications, including providing backup power and/or supply to power mobile communication towers, farms, services, health centers, homes and mine sites.
" This power generation unit contends its heart, a hydrogen fuel cell as well as a powertrain that have actually been developed over a number of years," handling supervisor Scott Brown stated.
" This Power H2 unit, created by H2X in which PH2 has a 23% stake, demonstrates our ability to bring hydrogen-powered items to market successfully, offered H2X's strong technological skills as well as established production as well as logistics supply chain."
Pure Hydrogen's supply of the genset and hydrogen fuel is all part of its method to become a very first moving company in Australia's continuous clean power transition.
That the genset was established by H2X reflects the value of its investments in various other business-- specifically those concentrated on creating options for the hydrogen industry.
On the other hand, the hydrogen supply component feeds neatly into its goal of creating green, turquoise as well as emerald hydrogen.
Its very first hydrogen production facility-- situated in Caboolture, Queensland-- is expected to start generating 2.5 tonnes of hydrogen each day from the September quarter of 2023.
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