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$1.7m hydrogen station to be developed at Hyundai Australia’s HQ
© Hyundai Motor Company Australia
$1.7m hydrogen station to be developed at Hyundai Australia’s HQ
© Hyundai Motor Company Australia

$1.7m hydrogen station to be developed at Hyundai Australia’s HQ

Hyundai Motor Company Australia is investing $1.7m in a new state-of-the-art hydrogen station to support fuel cell electric vehicles at its corporate headquarters in Macquarie Park.

The new station will be supplied by US-based PDC Machines and will produce up to 20kg of hydrogen daily, offering a 700 bar refuelling capability.

Australian gas technology company ENGV will also help develop the site, providing local integration, installation and ongoing operational services.

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