As part of its large-scale hydrogen project in Western Australia, Patriot Hydrogen is preparing to deliver its revolutionary Patriot units to Kimberley Clean Energy.
These units utilize waste and biomass to produce hydrogen, enabling the generation of green fuel while remaining mobile and remote.
Hydrogen production methods will likely increase worldwide as a result of this market revolution.
Kimberley Clean Energy plans to place the Patriot modular unit as part of its fossil fuel substitution strategy, with the addition of a hydrogen system planned for the next phase of the project.
Kilto Station is expected to receive the unit in the third quarter of 2022, where it will be constructed, tested, and commissioned. Production will then begin.
In order to reduce the diesel consumption at Kilto Station by two-thirds, the renewable energy will be used to produce energy for the abattoir, irrigation system, and homestead.
It is estimated that 75 of these units will be built on the site soon.