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Production facility established for hydrogen storage systems

Production facility established for hydrogen storage systems

08 February 2016 The commercialisation of Hydrexia’s unique hydrogen storage technology has taken another significant step forward with the establishment of a low volume production facility in Queensland, Australia. The 5,000m2 facility in Brisbane is dedicated to the assembly and verification of the modular hydrogen storage vessels. This flexible approach enables customers to select configurableContinue Reading

Ian Williamson leads World Energy Solutions hydrogen conversation

Ian Williamson leads World Energy Solutions hydrogen conversation

13th October 2015: Ian Williamson, Hydrexia’s Director of European Sales and Development, chaired a session focused on hydrogen infrastructure on 10th October at the World Energy Solutions Conference in Stuttgart, Germany. Speakers from Canada, the European Union, Japan and the United States talked about the rollout of global hydrogen refuelling stations to meet increasing availabilityContinue Reading

Hydrexia raises A$4.25M in Bridge Round Fundraising

Hydrexia raises A$4.25M in Bridge Round Fundraising

13 May 2015: Hydrexia completed a bridge funding round of A$4.25M designed to take the company closer to full commercialization. The two major shareholders in this bridge round are existing investors Air Liquide Venture Capital (ALIAD) and the Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund, which is the largest venture capital fund dedicated to renewable energy inContinue Reading

Hydrexia Funding Announcement

Hydrexia Funding Announcement

8 May 2013 Hydrexia raises A$9.25 million investment from Air Liquide (ALIAD), Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund and Uniseed for innovative, solid state hydrogen storage. Hydrexia Pty Ltd, an early stage company based in Brisbane, Australia, has closed its Series B funding round, raising A$9.25 million from Air Liquide lnvestissements d’Avenir et de Demonstration S.A.Continue Reading