GenH2 agrees to supply Cryostat CS500 system to the University of Melbourne

GenH2 has signed an agreement with the University of Melbourne to provide the Cryostat CS500 simulation platform for cryogenic and hydrogen R&D projects.

GenH2’s Cryostat CS500 system is capable of testing a wide range of thermal insulation systems, materials, composites, or panels under both cryogenic-vacuum conditions and real-world conditions.

The University of Melbourne has been proactive in several research projects advancing clean energy. For example, Dr. Shanaka Kristombu Baduge and their team received funding for the CS500 cryostat to test novel materials designed to advance clean energy infrastructure.

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