Haskel Hydrogen Systems Group will share its insights and expertise on cost-effective hydrogen fuelling solutions at the Australian Hydrogen Conference next week.
Hosted by the Australian Hydrogen Council in partnership with Informa Australia, the four-day conference (16th to 19th Nov) will take place virtually and feature the latest developments with the emerging hydrogen industry in Australia, along with international export opportunities, via a live stream and interactive meeting rooms.
Haskel’s General Manager Stephen Learney will join other leaders in hydrogen developments to discuss key topics impacting the market including investment opportunities, domestic and international developments, and commercialisation opportunities.
Haskel’s Hydrogen Systems Group will be available to discuss and provide information on this year’s advancements in hydrogen mobility:
- Launch of its new Nano and Nano Pro systems – new cost-effective hydrogen fuelling stations with compact, plug-and-play designs, aimed at serving the needs of small fleet customers through flexible configurations and seamless integration with existing or new infrastructures.
- ATCO partnership for Western Australia hydrogen development – new project to focus on the design and construction of Western Australia’s first hydrogen refuelling station; fully packaged refuelling systems will be supplied to ATCO and Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) for their H2 Refueller project.
- New and add-on orders for future systems – secured orders for a number of high-profile projects that support new and existing infrastructure needs, which have seen an acceleration despite COVID-19 challenges.