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© Hiringa Energy
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© Hiringa Energy

Updated: Hiringa to lead hydrogen refuelling network in New Zealand

Hiringa Energy will head up plans to develop a hydrogen refuelling network throughout New Zealand to reach 2050 Net Zero goals.

Three strategically located stations have opened in Wiri, South Auckland, Te Rapa, Hamilton, and Palmerston North, with a fourth station planned for Tauranga – an important element of the Tauriko SH29 roading infrastructure. For the network, UK-based Haskel provided its GENO refuelling solutions.

The network covers a majority of freight routes across New Zealand’s north island and are capable of performing back-to-back filling, with throughput of up to 2.8 tpd.

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