Boundary unveils hydrogen-integrated stand-alone power system
‘First-of-its-kind’ hydrogen-integrated stand-alone power system (HiSAPS) has been unveiled by Boundary Power in Australia.
The Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) Victoria provided funding for the HiSAPS, which was displayed at the Ampcontrol manufacturing facility in Ringwood and used to power the company’s interior lighting.
In the technology design, a self-contained hydrogen power system created by LAVO—a prototype system created and tested in New South Wales and deployed by LAVO for testing across the nation—replaces the onboard diesel generator.
Constellation – significant partner in MachH2 hydrogen hub
Constellation, the nation’s largest carbon-free energy generator, is a significant partner in the MachH2 hydrogen hub designated for up to $1 billion by the DOE under the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The hub money will help Constellation create the world’s largest nuclear-powered clean hydrogen production facility at its LaSalle Clean Energy Center in Illinois. The project will generate 33,450 tons of clean hydrogen annually and thousands of good-paying employment. The MachH2 award will partially fund Constellation’s $900 million LaSalle clean hydrogen factory.
Constellation’s 1 MW demonstration-scale, nuclear-powered clean hydrogen production facility at the Nine Mile Point Clean Energy Center in Oswego, N.Y. would inform its LaSalle clean hydrogen facility. The first nuclear-powered hydrogen factory of that size in the U.S. commenced production in March 2023, partially funded by a DOE grant.
Massena hydrogen factory moves forward
The construction of a green hydrogen factory in Massena is proceeding. The main firm, Air Products, runs green hydrogen production facilities all around the world.
Air Products informed Massena town officials at a recent public hearing that construction on the building site, which is located on Pontoon Bridge Road, has begun. Over the following three years, the facility’s construction will employ dozens, then hundreds, according to spokeswoman Trip Oliver.