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SUNDERLAND, U.K. – November 2, 2021 – Haskel’s Hydrogen Systems Group, a business of the Precision and Science Technologies Segment at Ingersoll Rand Inc. (NYSE:IR), is pleased to announce a long-term agreement with Hiringa Refuelling NZ (Hiringa) to supply hydrogen refuelling stations across New Zealand.
In conjunction with the supply agreement, Hiringa has issued orders for the first four high-capacity refuelling stations for its nationwide green hydrogen network, to be delivered and commissioned in 2022.
Stephen Learney, Haskel’s Global Managing Director, states: “New Zealand is starting to scale up its hydrogen mobility infrastructure, and we are proud to be working with Hiringa in delivering this ambitious roadmap.
“Working in partnership with Hiringa, we will utilise compression, storage and dispensing equipment specifically designed and optimised for the New Zealand network. The partnership leverages on Haskel’s 75 years’ experience and industry leading technology and Hiringa’s business model specifically designed for the local market.”
Hiringa’s Chief Technology Officer, Dan Kahn states: “After a competitive selection process in 2019, we’ve been working with Haskel over the past two years to jointly develop a high-capacity, network focused design to meet the demands of the heavy transport industry in New Zealand.
“We are pleased to announce these first orders, and our partnership to ensure successful delivery of New Zealand’s nationwide hydrogen refuelling network.”
As the first company in New Zealand dedicated to the supply of green hydrogen, Hiringa has been developing a hydrogen production and refuelling network to support large-scale refuelling for heavy-duty vehicles with investor partners and funding support from the New Zealand government. Haskel’s hydrogen compression system provides high capacity fuelling for buses and trucks up to 350 bar working pressure.
Phase 1 of the development includes four refuelling stations, selected to provide coverage for the major heavy freight routes in the North Island. The network is planned to expand into the South Island through 2023, providing full coverage of all New Zealand’s heavy freight routes. As demand for zero-emission transport grows, over 24 Hiringa high-capacity refuelling stations are expected to come online across New Zealand in the next 4-5 years.
Haskel Hydrogen Systems’ is well-versed in large-scale refuelling station installations, having customised its Geno Range to fit refuelling needs of large fleets in a diverse set of projects. Haskel’s portfolio of work in hydrogen refuelling positions them as an ideal partner on challenging initiatives that advance the hydrogen mobility market. To learn more about Haskel’s hydrogen refuelling infrastructure capabilities for both large and small-scale fleets, visit: https://www.haskel.com/en-us/products/hydrogen-refueling
Together with partners, Hiringa is developing one of the world’s first nation-wide hydrogen refuelling networks in New Zealand. To learn more about Hiringa’s plans to enable the adoption of hydrogen solutions, visit: https://www.hiringa.co.nz/refuelling-network