Fortescue debuts its first Australian-made hydrogen electrolyser


Australian company Fortescue Future Industries  (FFI) plans to begin manufacturing the first Australian-produced electrolysers after successfully delivering its first working prototype.

The electrolysers are being produced at the company’s recently-constructed electrolyser manufacturing facility in Gladstone – another Australian first.

FFI chief executive, Mark Hutchinson, noted that the facility was constructed on-time and under-budget. “We’ve also successfully completed the build of our first PEM (Polymer Electrolyte Membrane) prototype. This is no small feat, as we are the first in Australia to do anything like this. We remain firmly on track to produce Queensland-made FFI electrolysers this year.”

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