Ampol partners with OneH2 for hydrogen refuelling

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Australian fuel company Ampol has entered into a partnership with hydrogen equipment manufacturer and supplier OneH2 to represent the United-States based company in the Australian hydrogen market.

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The OneH2 partnership will allow Ampol to offer a unique and complete hydrogen refuelling solution, giving customers the opportunity to trial hydrogen technology and better understand how it can further assist their decarbonisation journeys, through alternative fuel options.

Ampol executive general manager, international and new business, Brent Merrick said the partnership with OneH2 was a natural extension to Ampol’s fuel portfolio.

“We are excited to partner with OneH2 and expand our role in the hydrogen space, as we continue to work to deliver safe, reliable, and convenient future energy solutions for customers,” Merrick said.

“Hydrogen has a key role to play in reducing emissions across Australia’s transport and broader energy sector and offers a unique opportunity to decarbonise hard to abate heavy transport and heavy machinery sectors.

“We expect early hydrogen adoption within heavier vehicle fleets and operations who will benefit from short refuelling times and longer range compared to current battery electric alternatives.”

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Initially, Ampol will deploy OneH2’s on-site refuelling offer which will allow customers to easily refuel their hydrogen equipment safely on site, where they need it.

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