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Pure Hydrogen leases site for hydrogen hub

Pure Hydrogen

Pure Hydrogen has signed a lease on a 4000m2 commercial site at Archerfield Airport in Queensland to develop a green hydrogen micro-hub.

This is the first step in the company’s aim to develop a number of ‘CAPEX light’ micro-hubs that can produce green hydrogen using green electricity sourced from the grid.

Pure Hydrogen has placed an order for an electrolyser which will be combined with compression and storage facilities to manufacture and sell green hydrogen.

Pure Hydrogen managing director Scott Brown said the company is committed to developing microhubs for the industry.

“As well as securing strategic sites, Pure can readily source proven, turn key hydrogen fuel manufacturing equipment and technology that can be deployed across multiple sites and easily connected to green electricity sources,” Brown said.

“Archerfield will be Pure’s demonstration H2 micro-hub and the template for planned future plants.”

Brown said the company plans to use strategically located hydrogen micro-hubs that are close to customers and will assist in creating the hydrogen highway as a domestic source of clean H2 fuel.

“Our immediate focus now turns to advancing site works so that the first green hydrogen fuel can be supplied late in 2024,” he said.

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