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Hiringa and Haskel team up on NZ’s green hydrogen refuelling network

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Hiringa Energy is building a network of green hydrogen refueling stations across New Zealand and introducing fuel cell electric vehicles to start decarbonizing the heavy transport market.

Hiringa Energy’s national network, which includes partners such as Waitomo, TR Group, and TIL Freight, enables zero-emission heavy transport, long-haul freight, and public transportation services across the region.

In partnership with Haskel Hydrogen Systems, the two will demonstrate how Hiringa’s network will use compression and refueling equipment that is uniquely designed and optimized for the New Zealand network at this year’s eWorld expo.

Haskel’s industry-leading technologies and Hiringa’s vast technical and organizational experience are combined in this collaboration. Haskel will also demonstrate refueling systems for a variety of applications, including light-duty passenger vehicles like cars and materials handling vehicles like forklifts and drones.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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