Provaris Energy, in collaboration with Norwegian technology company Prodtex, has reached a pivotal milestone in its ‘Prototype Tank’ program. Prodtex completed the design for a multi-layered carbon-steel prototype tank, a crucial component for Provaris’ H2Neo carrier.
Provaris, a prominent player in the renewable energy sector, is forging ahead with its ambitious plan to build green hydrogen production and export infrastructure on the picturesque Tiwi Islands.
Gen2 Energy, a Norwegian energy company, and Provaris Energy, a provider of hydrogen storage and shipping solutions, have joined forces in a collaboration agreement to conduct a prefeasibility study.
Australian business Provaris seeks hydrogen midstream market dominance. It wants ships to create Europe’s first compressed green hydrogen supply lines.
The agreement gives the two parties a framework for their collaboration on an evaluation of green hydrogen projects being developed by Total Eren that can utilize Provaris’ ship carriers.
About 500 MW of solar power will be placed on the island as part of the first construction, but Provaris claims that if the market for renewable hydrogen grows, that capacity may be increased to 2.8 GW.
Provaris Energy has submitted a Referral to the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority (NT EPA) for the proposed 2.8 GW…