Provaris and Total Eren Collaborate to Ship Compressed Hydrogen to Europe and Asia
Provaris and Total Eren collaborate to ship compressed hydrogen to Europe and Asia.
Australian hydrogen shipping start-up Provaris Energy, formerly Global Energy Ventures (GEV), has teamed up with French renewable energy developer Total Eren to transport green hydrogen to Asia and Europe.
The ASX-listed Provaris is developing a 26,000 cu m compressed hydrogen carrier dubbed H2Neo, which is targeting approval for construction in mid-2023. The company also operates the 100,000 tonnes per year Tiwi hydrogen project on Australia’s Tiwi islands, some 80km north of Darwin, with the first production envisioned for 2027.
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