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Pure Hydrogen secures land for Queensland hydrogen hub

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Clean energy and mobility company Pure Hydrogen has leased a 4,000m² site at Archerfield Airport, Queensland for its first demonstration hydrogen micro-hub (pictured).

Pure intends to manufacture green hydrogen fuel at Archerfield, 11km from Brisbane CBD, to service commercial transport operators and the aviation industry.

An electrolyser has been ordered which will use ‘green’ electricity to produce green hydrogen, with the first to be available in Q4 CY2024 subject to approvals. .

Archerfield will be developed in stages with stage 1 utilising 1,000m² of the site with an anticipated output of 420Kg of green hydrogen fuel per day.

Pure Hydrogen Managing Director Scott Brown said: “Archerfield will be Pure’s Demonstration H2 Micro-Hub and the template for planned future plants.

“Pure 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.

“Pure intends to seek hybrid funding and strategic partners to help build the national domestic H2 infrastructure.”

Pure plans to develop a number of ‘CAPEX light’ micro-hubs that can produce green hydrogen using green electricity sourced from the grid .

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

“We are also making excellent progress with our sales pipeline of numerous commercial Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles which includes prime movers, buses and waste collection vehicles, and we look forward to updating shareholders on progress here as well.”

Further reading:
Browse @AuManufacturing’s coverage of Pure Hydrogen here.

Picture: Pure Hydrogen/Archerfield micro-hub

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