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.
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.