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GREEN HYDROGEN REFUELLING NETWORKS

Make.     Move.      Store.      Supply.     Dispense.

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Sites under construction

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Stations in development

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Stations beyond 2030

Developing Hydrogen Refuelling Networks

Hiringa is building green hydrogen production and refuelling infrastructure across New Zealand and Australia. The refuelling stations provide coverage for the key heavy freight routes and are powered by renewable electricity

 

The hydrogen is made onsite by using electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen through a process called electrolysis. The hydrogen is then compressed and stored onsite before being dispensed into heavy vehicle. .

The network also provides an affordable and reliable source of hydrogen for multiple applications including:

  • Aviation 

  • Marine and shipping

  • Construction and off-road equipment

  • Materials handling

  • Stationary heat and power 

 

Network locations in New Zealand and Australia have been prioritised to provide:

  • Aggregation of suitable fleets in industrial complexes, commercial & logistics hubs

  • Ability to service ports and airports 

 

The network includes: 

  • Distributed production at each station

  • Delivery of hydrogen from centralised generation

NEW ZEALAND
Refuelling Network Plan

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AUSTRALIA
Refuelling Network Plan

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PROJECT GALLERY

TOGETHER, WE ARE STRONGER.

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