South Taranaki hydrogen facility boosted by gov funding

A “game-changing” hydrogen energy facility in South Taranaki, New Zealand has been boosted by nearly $20m of government funding.

The Balance Agri-Nutrients and Hiringa Energy joint venture will see green hydrogen produced from renewable electricity and water at a facility in Kapuni, South Taranaki.

The green hydrogen produced will then be used to power the Ballance Agri-Nutrients’ Kapuni plant.

The $50m project has the potential to be a catalyst for New Zealand’s transition to a sustainable, hydrogen-based transport network.

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