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Everfuel, TECO 2030 to decarbonise construction sites with hydrogen

Everfuel, TECO 2030 to decarbonise construction sites with hydrogen

Everfuel and TECO 2030 are looking to cut emissions produced by generators through the implementation of green hydrogen.

The duo today (August 31) inked an agreement that will see Everfuel deliver green hydrogen to fuel TECO 2030’s fuel cell-based generators in remote areas.

By utilising hydrogen at these sites, TECO 2030 will run a much greener site, when compared to traditional generators that are run on diesel.

Under the partnership, the duo will also explore the possibility of providing decentralised power supply for off-grid construction projects in areas where Everfuel has available hydrogen capacity and infrastructure.

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