Coregas to build Australia’s first hydrogen refueller for heavy transport

Coregas has today (19th March) announced it is set to provide a huge boost to the Australian industrial sector after receiving government investment support to develop the nation’s first hydrogen refueller for heavy transport.

The facility is to be developed in New South Wales’ Port Kembla, an industrial port situated near the city of Wollongong, that has previously been identified by NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean as a critical site for a hydrogen hub.

Coregas, the largest Australian-owned gas company, said this will enable the deployment of Australia’s first prime mover fleet of hydrogen-powered vehicles to kickstart a transformation of the region’s transport environmental footprint.

This new facility will assist the introduction of zero emission hydrogen fuel cell trucks in the Illawarra-Shoalhaven region for the very first time.

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