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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

Duncan Stovell discusses ‘hydrogen storage and delivery business case disruption’ at WHTC 2015

Duncan Stovell discusses ‘hydrogen storage and delivery business case disruption’ at WHTC 2015

12 October 2015 Whilst attending the 6th World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC 2015), held in Sydney Australia, Duncan Stovell, Hydrexia’s Chief Operating Officer, presented a number of case studies on the application of solid-state hydrogen storage to disrupt the business case within industrial hydrogen, refuelling infrastructure and renewable energy storage markets. Hydrogen refuelling and renewableContinue Reading

Hydrexia and HyGear sign agreement to supply low cost hydrogen in Europe

Hydrexia and HyGear sign agreement to supply low cost hydrogen in Europe

12th October 2015 Hydrexia, a global hydrogen supply company, today announced an agreement with HyGear, supplier of industrial gases and on-site generation systems, to supply hydrogen in Europe. The hydrogen will be produced by HyGear’s Hy.GEN steam methane reforming (SMR) facilities located across Europe. The agreement between the two companies allows for development and supplyContinue Reading

Hydrexia reducing product cost through novel materials

Hydrexia reducing product cost through novel materials

16 March 2015: The successful operation of a solid state hydrogen storage system this month marks a significant milestone in Hydrexia’s commercialisation activities. The proprietary magnesium alloy used within this system was the first to be sourced through Hydrexia’s newly established low-cost magnesium alloy supply chain, likely the lowest cost magnesium hydride available. Continue Reading