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NZ government granting NZD 950K to support development of hydrogen fuel infrastructure

New Zealand Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters announced a Provincial Growth Fund investment to help develop hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Taranaki.

Peters said a grant of NZD 950,000 (US$642,000) will be made to Hiringa Energy and its partners which is seeking to develop zero emission hydrogen transport fuel.

The funding will be used to scope the engineering and design of two hydrogen generation facilities, up to four mobile compressed hydrogen storage and distribution containers, and up to three hydrogen refueling stations.

Hiringa Energy is developing a network of hydrogen generation, distribution and refueling infrastructure for the commercial, industrial, public sector and retail customers in New Zealand.



This is another/more very good news for the near future H2 economy.

Many outputs for USD $642K.

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