A new Australian startup has been established that will develop hydrogen-powered energy storage aimed at delivering sustainable, reliable and affordable power.
Endua has been backed with A$5m ($3.87m) in funding, technology and industry expertise from CSIRO, Main Sequence and Ampol, Australia’s largest fuel network.
The startup’s hydrogen-based technology will make it possible for regional communities, towns and industries such as mines and remote infrastructure to become self-sustaining form the grid, using only renewable energy.
The clean power generator and storage unit will be in a modular power bank that can drive power loads of up to 150kW in a single pack.
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