The companies were selected to supply electrolyzers (Plug Power), Hydrogen Refueling Stations (Fabrum), and construction contracting (Wasco Australia) for Countrywide Hydrogen’s green hydrogen projects in Tasmania, AU.
Channel Infrastructure and Fortescue Future Industries will work together to progress the Sustainable Aviation Fuel project into the next phase. This will include engineering and design studies and further exploring the economic viability of the project.
Sparc Hydrogen, a joint venture between the University of Adelaide, Fortescue Future Industries, and Sparc Technologies, will begin testing of its photocatalytic water-splitting reactor at the CSIRO Energy Centre in Newcastle, Australia.
The countries signed a joint letter of support for the “SoutH2-Corridor”, which will transport hydrogen between North Africa, Italy, Austria and Germany to help meet European demand for low-cost renewable hydrogen.
Amp Energy has agreed to develop green hydrogen in the Cape Hardy Port Precinct, which will help support the goal of establishing South Australia as a global leader in the production of green hydrogen and ammonia.
Austal Australia and Gotland to design the new ‘Gotland Horizon X’, a 130-meter-long high-speed catamaran powered by hydrogen and other fossil-free fuels, which will transport 1,650 passengers and 450 vehicles at speeds up to 35 knots.