$2.9m deal sees OneH2 join Washington state hydrogen project

Under a $2.9m deal, North Carolina, US-based OneH2 has been awarded a contract to supply hydrogen fuelling equipment for the development of Douglas County Public Utility District’s (PUD) hydrogen terminal and fuelling station in Washington State.

The terminal and station forms part of Douglas County PUD’s larger initiative to produce hydrogen at a new facility in East Wenatchee, with the refuelling station expected to be built nearby.

Under the contract, OneH2 will supply storage trailers, buffer tanks, and a variety of other modular components which will be used on both the public and production sides of the project.

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