Exclusive: Endua wants to ‘make a difference today’ in the renewable energy sector, says CEO Sernia

Last month (May), Australian-based company Endua secured A$11.8m ($7.6m) in funding to accelerate the development of hydrogen generation and storage technologies.

More recently, the company revealed its purpose-built standalone hydrogen power banks designed to close the gap in microgrid applications and replace emission-heavy energy production appliances such as diesel generators.

Endua produces technologies that deliver affordable and reliable energy to power communities, remote industries and off-grid infrastructure. Each of its hydrogen power banks will drive power loads of up to 100kW per unit, capable of powering a water pump, farm shed or standalone telecom infrastructure.

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