Planning is underway to build a $20m cutting-edge hydrogen fuel cell production plant in Springfield City, Australia.
Australian technology and lifestyle company LAVO and joint venture partner Nedstack will develop the facility that will produce fuel cells and LAVO’s hydrogen storage technology.
Springfield City is one of the largest master-planned privately constructed cities in Australia, located 28km from Brisbane in Queensland.
LAVO said the facility will be Australia’s first to produce the Nedstack fuel cell, a critical component of the LAVO System.
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