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.

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Compression supports the development of simple and energy-efficient green hydrogen supply chains for regional markets.

Learn more about the compelling benefits of a marine transport and supply chain for compressed hydrogen.

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Safe
and proven method for storage and transport of hydrogen

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Efficient
for regional production and delivery reducing capital and energy intensive processes

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Flexible
to ‘load follow’ the variability and volatility in renewable energy generation

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Simple
process enables low capex design, build and repeat

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Delivers gaseous H2
required for decarbonisation of industries

Our mission is to become a leading developer of integrated green hydrogen projects.

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“Provaris advocates for the development of regional hydrogen supply chains that focus on energy efficiency, delivered cost, and simplicity to execute.”
Martin Carolan
Managing Director & CEO

We’re making the future of green hydrogen accessible through the simplicity and efficiency of compressed hydrogen.

Illustration of H2neo carrier containment tank design, with storage capacity of 26,000m3 or 430 tonne hydrogen, will be available from 2027.
Illustration of H2neo carrier containment tank design, with storage capacity of 26,000m3 or 430 tonne hydrogen, will be available from 2027.

We are developing a proprietary gaseous hydrogen containment tank for carriers and storage solutions.

The H2Neo (430-tonne) and H2Max (2,000-tonne) capacity carriers and the H2Leo storage barge (300 - 600 tonne capacity range) designs are advancing through to final marine classification and approvals, along with critical safety studies. H2Neo is based on a standard MR tanker with two integrated tanks to store hydrogen at 250 bar MAOP. US Patent has been filed on the cargo containment system and integration into the hull.

Prodtex

In August 2023, the Norwegian company Prodtex AS, was awarded a contract to develop, build and test a prototype pressurised hydrogen tank at Prodtex’s fabrication facility located in Fiskå, Norway. The full scope of work will be performed together with the ship classification societies ABS and DNV, as well as SINTEF (Norway's leading independent research organisation).  A joint venture will also be established to develop new innovative hydrogen tank production facility to supply hydrogen tanks for the Provaris H2Neo carriers and H2Leo storage barges, as well as smaller tanks for onshore storage applications.

Prodtex production site with Norwegian mountainside and fjord in the background

We are developing a proprietary gaseous hydrogen containment tank for carriers and storage solutions.

The H2Neo (430-tonne) and H2Max (2,000-tonne) capacity carriers and the H2Leo barge storage (capacity range 300 - 600 tonne) designs are advancing through to final marine classification and approvals, along with critical safety studies. H2Neo is based on a standard MR tanker with two integrated tanks to store hydrogen at 250 bar MOAP. US Patent has been filed on the containment tank and integration into the hull.

We have regional export projects undergoing permitting and feasibility studies in Norway and Australia.

Tiwi H2

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 late 2027. Provaris is seeking to introduce project partners for offtake, finance, construction and operations.

Norway Collaboration Projects

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Fjord H2 Project

In January 2023, a cooperation agreement was signed with Norwegian Hydrogen AS to develop projects for the green hydrogen value chain in the Nordic countries. This includes the joint development of the 270 MW FjordH2 project, Norway's largest green hydrogen production facility - a large-scale plant with a production capacity to export 40,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year.

Afjord Project

In June 2023, a second cooperation agreement was signed with Gen2 Energy AS. The aim is to develop a large-scale export supply chain from Norway to Europe, based on the announced Afjord project, using Provaris' compressed hydrogen supply chain solutions.

Afjord project site in Norway

Australian Projects

Tiwi H2, Northern Territory

Provaris is the 100% developer of a 2.6 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 90,000 tonnes per annum of hydrogen targeted for 2028. Provaris is seeking to introduce project partners for offtake, finance, construction and operations.

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