Jemena to supply green hydrogen to Hyundai Australia

Hyundai Australia has secured a supply of green hydrogen from gas utility Jemena as part of a new deal that signals a significant step forward for Australia’s emerging zero emission vehicle industry.

Jemena has committed, through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hyundai and Australian-owned industrial gas company Coregas, to produce and deliver hydrogen, generated from solar and wind power, to Hyundai’s Macquarie Park headquarters from early 2021, to be made available to the vehicle industry.

Coregas will provide the compressor, pipework and connectors for filling and discharging hydrogen.

“A lack of critical refuelling infrastructure is regularly cited as a hand-brake to hydrogen vehicle sales,” Jemena’s Managing Director Frank Tudor said.

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