H2H Energy has designed, built, installed, and maintained several hydrogen refueling stations across Australia, New Zealand, and internationally.
H2H Energy’s Gateway Refueller in Queensland, the business stated, is a mobile hydrogen refueller with 250 and 700 bar refueling capacity that was developed at a cheap cost and with a quick lead time.
Toyota enlisted H2H’s help in designing and constructing a renewable hydrogen-powered refueling station in Altona, Victoria.
In March, Pure Hydrogen, the amalgamated business of Real Energy and Strata X, began trading on the ASX.
It is attempting to establish itself as a major hydrogen player by signing a series of memorandums of understanding (MOUs) to secure four hydrogen hubs at various Australian ports, as well as offtake customers such as HYZON Motors, a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle manufacturer.
Pure intends to build numerous hydrogen hubs along Australia’s east coast to supply domestic consumers with hydrogen, primarily for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, with the first station slated to open in the next 18 months.
It agreed with Wildfire Energy in March to explore hydrogen production utilizing commercial trash as a feedstock and Wildfire’s gasification technology.
“It is great to be able to offer our Australia designed, built and supported hydrogen refuelling solutions to Pure Hydrogen and we look forward to work with them on the roll-out of their planned network of hydrogen refuelling stations across the east coast,” H2H Energy CEO Cranston Polson said.