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Pure Hydrogen’s plans to produce 400 tonnes of hydrogen daily in Gladstone, Australia progress

Pure Hydrogen’s plans to produce 400 tonnes of hydrogen daily in Gladstone, Australia progress

Plans for Pure Hydrogen’s Project Jupiter, which could potentially produce up to 400 tonnes of hydrogen daily, have taken a major step forward with the signing of a water supply agreement.

The Australian East Coast company today (May 12) inked the agreement with Gladstone Area Water Board for the supply of water for its large-scale hydrogen plant to be located in Gladstone, Queensland.

Once operational, Pure Hydrogen is targeting large-scale hydrogen production of 100 tonnes per day, ramping up to 400 tonnes per day. Hydrogen produced at the site will be mainly for supply to export markets.

“We are now systematically and methodically putting in place all the key elements for the successful development and delivery of the Project Jupiter Hydrogen plant, one of four large-scale projects we plan to develop on Australia’s East Coast,” said Scott Brown, Managing Director of Pure Hydrogen.

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