Partnership to develop hydrogen ecosystems in Australia and New Zealand

The development of hydrogen ecosystems in Australia and New Zealand is the focus of a brand-new partnership.

HyGear, a wholly owned subsidiary of Xebec Adsorption, and Coregas today (15th March) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the effort that hopes to develop highly efficient hydrogen supply in the two locations.

Such plans include building a hydrogen supply business model for HyGear’s steam methane reforming and electrolyser technologies, whilst utilising Coregas’ large customer base in Australia and New Zealand.

HyGear will support Coregas with its hydrogen production, purification and recycling capabilities. The company’s contribution will also include installation, operations and maintenance.

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