We're connecting the world to a clean energy future.
Provaris is as an early mover in the future of energy, developing integrated green hydrogen projects for export to regional markets through the simplicity and efficiency of compressed hydrogen.
We’re developing safe, sustainable, and efficient supply chains for green hydrogen.
Our mission is to become a leading developer of integrated green hydrogen projects.
“Provaris represents a dedicated pursuit towards a new era of sustainable, renewable, clean energy that connects the globe and preserves it.”
Managing Director & CEO
Provaris and Total Eren Collaborate to Ship Compressed Hydrogen to Europe and Asia
We’re making the future of green hydrogen accessible through the simplicity and efficiency of compressed hydrogen.
We have developed the design of two Proprietary Gaseous Hydrogen (GH2) Gas Carriers
The 26,000 m3 and 120,000 m3 capacity ships have obtained Approval in Principle from the American Bureau of Shipping. The mature level of the ship design allows Provaris to effectively engage with shipbuilders, regulatory authorities (Class and Flag), and other industry stakeholders.
We have two export projects undergoing feasibility studies:
2.8 GW renewable green hydrogen project for export markets into Asia, located on the Tiwi Islands, Northern Australia. The Tiwi H2 project is a fully integrated compressed hydrogen project, controlled by Provaris, with development underway for solar generation, transmission, H2 production and the export of up to 100,000 tonnes per annum of hydrogen targeted for 2026. Provaris is seeking to introduce project partners for offtake, finance, construction and operations.
Located in the Gascoyne coastal region of Western Australia, the HyEnergy project is being developed for export markets into Asia. The development partners are Total Eren and Province Resources. Supported by funding from the Western Australian government, Provaris is completing a feasibility study to demonstrate the technical and commercial advantages of compression for export of the phase one production, being up to 275,000 tonnes per annum