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Pure Hydrogen sells first hydrogen fuel cell generator to the plumbing industry

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Pure Hydrogen, an Australian clean energy company, has secured a contract with PICAC to supply a 5kW Hydrogen Fuel Cell (HFC) Generator for use at PICAC’s Hydrogen Centre of Excellence, which will open the following month.

Particular emphasis will be placed on the development of training in renewable hydrogen. The 5kW HFC genset supplied by Pure Hydrogen emits zero emissions and generates electricity using only hydrogen. This is one of the first in Australia of its kind. The unit will have numerous uses, including backup power and/or supplying power to mobile communication towers, farms, businesses, hospitals, homes, and mine sites.

Pure Hydrogen anticipates first-year income of approximately $55,000 from the sale of the generator and supply of hydrogen. Pure Hydrogen also provides back-to-base refueling solutions, power generation appliances, and hydrogen vehicle delivery to industrial users.

Nedim Husomanovic

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