Mitsui forms alliance with hydrogen developer Hiringa

Gavin Evans
Fri, 26 Jun 2020

Hydrogen developer Hiringa Energy has secured global trading house Mitsui & Co as a strategic partner for projects in New Zealand. Hiringa is developing a green-hydrogen project at Ballance Agri-Nutrients’ Kapuni plant and plans a network of hydrogen refilling stations. It said the alliance with Mitsui will help speed the development of a domestic industry as the necessary first step toward export-scale activity. No funds have yet been committed, but the alliance gives Mitsui the first option to participate in any projects Hiringa develop...
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