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New hydrogen refuelling facility to open in Australia

New hydrogen refuelling facility to open in Australia

A new hydrogen refuelling station has opened in Australia – and it could soon have capacity to fuel over 100 fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) a day.

Hydrogen Fuels Australia today (June 17) said it has integrated the unit, which is believed to be Australia’s first modular hydrogen production and integrated FCEV refuelling operation, at its greenfield facility in Truganina.

Unveiling details of the operation, Hydrogen Fuels Australia said the system uses its own electrolysis assets to convert renewable power into green hydrogen. The site will initially be capable of producing 60-90kgs of hydrogen from its own 750kW solar array.

It is hoped that the site will ultimately be scaled up to supply approximately 3,000kg with capacity to fuel 100+ vehicles per day.

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