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Nel ASA awarded Australia’s first power-to-gas (solar-to-hydrogen) project

Nel Hydrogen Electrolysers, a division of Nel ASA, has received a purchase order for the first Power-to-Gas (P2G) project in Australia from the ATCO Group that will use a Proton PEM electrolyser.

ATCO is developing a Clean Energy Innovation Hub (CEIH) based at the company’s Jandakot Operations facility in Western Australia. The CEIH incorporates the production, storage and use of hydrogen, as well as the commercial application of clean energy in micro-grid systems.

The CEIH will produce green hydrogen via electrolysis and inject the hydrogen into the micro-grid system at the Jandakot facility. Some of the experience gained from this project include optimizing hydrogen storage solutions, blending hydrogen with natural gas and using hydrogen as a direct fuel.

ATCO’s CEIH project is supported by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA). ARENA is working to accelerate Australia’s shift to an affordable and reliable renewable energy future, by funding projects and sharing knowledge that drive innovation and commercialization of renewable energy technologies.

The project is expected to be fully operational during 2019. The parties decided not to disclose the total value of the contract.



Green (clean) H2 has a great future, specially in Australia and other similar places with plenty of free sunshine and solar energy potential.

Areas (coastal and/or off shores) with high wind energy potential are also very interesting.

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