ULEMCo signs deal to open the Australian market for hydrogen conversions


ULEMCo and ENGV, based in Australia, have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on developing a market for their hydrogen dual fuel technology.

The agreement covers commercial vehicles across Australia, with a focus on heavy-duty applications such as refuse collection, urban trucks, buses, and prime movers.

HGVs are one of the largest contributors to CO2 emissions in the effort to transition to decarbonized transportation, but there are currently very few realistic clean fuel alternatives available.

ULEMCo’s dual fuel technology H2ICED® uses zero-carbon hydrogen to directly replace diesel in the engine, allowing vehicle owners to reduce carbon emissions by up to 40% while also providing a practical solution that is immediately available.

Furthermore, by offering a low-risk option for fleetwide conversion, it can create demand for investment in hydrogen refueling infrastructure, accelerating the global adoption of hydrogen technologies.

ENGV built and now operates Australia’s first public hydrogen refueling station (HRS) in Canberra, with plans to support industry growth by deploying best-in-class HRS solutions for both public and depot-based refueling.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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