Iwatani to liquify and import hydrogen from renewable energy

Iwatani to liquify and import hydrogen from renewable energy

Iwatani has agreed and entered into discussions with an Australian power company to liquify and import hydrogen derived from renewable energy of the Australian origin, the Gas Review reports.

The Japanese industrial gases company concluded the agreement late last year with electric power company Stanwell, which is run directly by the State of Queensland.

Under the agreement, Iwatani will produce carbon-free hydrogen from renewable energy such as solar and wind. Stanwell will work with Iwatani to import such hydrogen two Japan.

According to the Gas Review, the companies are going to get partners with whom they can practically start discussions with and preparation to realise commercialisation.

Iwatani has already participated in the project of a massive hydrogen supply chain for liquefied hydrogen from brown coal of Australian unused resources.

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