Pure Hydrogen (ASX: PH2) is building a network of clean hydrogen production facilities across Australia while supplying the market with multiple fuel cell products such as trucks, buses and generators.
Our mission is to lead Australia into the net-zero future by developing a hydrogen ecosystem covering all sections of the market from production to end-use.
With a leading position in clean energy projects around the world, we will play an integral role in establishing the next generation of legacy infrastructure that will provide Australians with carbon-free power and transport for the next hundred years.
Producing three types of hydrogen
Green Hydrogen is produced by electrolysis, using water and renewable electricity, meaning there are no carbon emissions.
Turquoise Hydrogen is produced through a process known as methane pyrolysis, using natural gas and just 12.5% of the electricity required for electrolysis.
Emerald hydrogen uses biomass and heat to produce the gas on a net-zero carbon emissions basis.
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The company is a firm believer that large-scale adoption of hydrogen-fuelled heavy transport vehicles is the key to jump starting the hydrogen economy in Australia.
Natural gas play and industry innovator Pure Hydrogen has appointed former NT chief minister Adam Giles as chairman to help drive green hydrogen goals for the company and its corporate customers.
Pure Hydrogen Corporation (ASX: PH2) is pleased to announce that the development and construction of a hydrogen-powered waste removal truck for JJ’s Waste and Recycling is nearing completion, which will be one of the first of its kind in Australia.
Pure Hydrogen’s hydrogen fuel cell powered waste removal truck – one of the first of its kind in Australia – could soon be operating with development and construction work now nearing completion.
Hydrogen has long been touted as one of the key planks in the green bridge that will take us towards net zero emissions, by replacing fossil fuels and enabling hard-to-abate industries such as chemicals and steelmaking to slash emissions.
Pure Hydrogen’s 60% owned subsidiary, HDrive International, has secured an order to supply two battery electric (BEV) mini buses in a deal valued at $700,000.
Australian clean energy company Pure Hydrogen Corporation (ASX: PH2) will supply two electric mini-buses valued at over $700,000 to Sapphire Coast Buslines in New South Wales.