NanoSUN and H2 Hauler sign a memorandum of understanding to deliver hydrogen transport, storage and dispensing for temporary site applications using NanoSUN’s innovative hydrogen refuelling solutions.
The agreement will see the partnership distribute NanoSUN’s mobile Pioneer refuelling stations to H2 Hauler’s customers across Australia, allowing for safe, efficient and affordable hydrogen storage and refuelling directly on site.
Since the release of Australia’s National Hydrogen Strategy in 2019 there is now a $127 billion pipeline of announced hydrogen investment in Australia. With green hydrogen as the centrepiece of its clean-economy growth plan, Australia is well-positioned to become a global leader in renewable hydrogen production.
Recognising the emerging industry’s need for hydrogen refuelling technology, H2 Hauler and NanoSUN will offer Pioneer Stations to support multiple hydrogen sources and hydrogen users in establishing scale quickly, matching hydrogen demand with hydrogen supply.
Tyson Cooney, H2 Hauler’s CEO said: “H2 Hauler is very excited to have the opportunity to bring NanoSUN’s innovative hydrogen refuelling products to Australia. Having had the opportunity to visit their UK facility, and engage closely with their team over the last several months, I can say that they are a very professional and energetic company whose values and direction aligns closely with our own. This relationship is a further step towards ensuring Australia has the right technologies and solutions as it moves towards becoming a leader in the green hydrogen industry.”
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Charlie Clegg, NanoSUN’s Sales & Marketing Director said: “Working with H2 Hauler allows us to make further progress in our global mission to make zero-emission transportation and mobility a reality. Our expertise in hydrogen refuelling equipment paired with H2 Hauler’s specialism in transport and gas projects will facilitate affordable hydrogen refuelling for regional prospective customers to drive forward the adoption of hydrogen within Australia.”