More partners sought for hydrogen fuel network

More partners sought for hydrogen fuel network
Gavin Evans
Hydrogen developer Hiringa Energy is seeking further partners for the national network of fuelling stations it plans.The company on Friday announced a partnership with fuel retailer Waitomo Energy to undertake detailed design, consenting and construction of the first four stations to be developed at a cost of about $40 million. The first is to be operational in early 2021.Hiringa chief executive Andrew Clennett said having good locations on the country’s main freight routes will be key to uptake and some of the facilities will be going on exist...

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