New Australian waste-to-hydrogen plant unveiled that will produce 1,500kg per day

Pure Hydrogen and Wildfire Energy have inked a new deal that will see commercial waste converted into hydrogen power at a new plant south of Brisbane in Australia.

The plant is expected to produce 1,500kg of hydrogen per day which will then be resold to customers through a planned network of hydrogen storage and distribution hubs across Australia.

Read more: Plans for Australia’s first waste-to-hydrogen plant progress

Wildfire Energy will provide its technology based on a unique proprietary Moving Injection Horizontal Gasification (MIHG) process.

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