Pure Hydrogen and H2X Global have launched a range of hydrogen fuel cell power generation units that can be used for back-up power or continuous electricity supply.

The Power H2 units, which can generate electricity without any emissions by using hydrogen, come in standard 5kw, 20kw, 50kw and 100kw capacities and include a small hydrogen storage tank.

Pure Hydrogen (ASX:PH2) expects the units to be available for sale in the first quarter of 2022 and is currently working with industrial users to supply back-to-base fuelling solutions,

off-take agreements and vehicle supply.

“The Power H2 units have at their heart hydrogen fuel cells and powertrain that have been developed over several years,” managing director Scott Brown said.

“The Power H2 units demonstrate H2X’s ability to bring hydrogen-powered products to market successfully given their strong technology skills and established manufacturing and logistics supply chain which helps to bring product to market efficiently.

“Their technology is at the forefront of the hydrogen revolution and it is great to see it being implemented commercially.”

Pure Hydrogen PowerH2
PowerH2 unit. Pic: Supplied

Hydrogen joint venture

Pure Hydrogen acquired a 24% stake in H2X in October and established the Pure Mobility joint venture company to develop and sell hydrogen fuel cell trucks and buses, including waste disposal trucks and concrete agitators.

H2X Global is also fresh from a new agreement with the Gippsland Circular Economy Precinct (GCEP) to manufacture hydrogen fuel cells, electrolysers, hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles and a range of hydrogen power units including generators and emergency power supplies in the region.

H2X also expects to launch its Warrego hydrogen fuel cell ute early next year.

This article was developed in collaboration with Pure Hydrogen, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.

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