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InfraCo CEO Brendan Reily Urges 'Energy Resililencey'

1st May 2024

On the first day of the CommsDay Summit Reily proposed an industry meeting to discuss the issue of 'Energy Resiliency'.

During his keynote address Reily mentioned the work Testra have been doing with GreenyHy2.

 

"We are working on a 100% renewable energy stand alone power supply utilising solid-state hydrogen storage using excess energy produced by solar."

Full story published in Communications Day on the 1st May 2024.

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Federal Government announces successful TDRI Applicants

1st May 2024

The Announcement confirms GreenHy2 has been recommended by the Minister to proceed with negotiations for the Grant of $1.5M.  The Grant includes $1.5M of matching funds from Telstra.  Greenhy2 is the lead recipient to provide a standalone power supply to Telstra for remote locations.  The system comprises Solar Array, Advanced Technology Solid State Hydrogen Battery including;
electrolysers, hydrogen dryer, water purification, metal hydride storage system using GKN
Hydrogen Battery Storage, fuel cells and overall control system, installation and commissioning.  

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GreenHy2 Visits the Director of Energy FIJI

 24th April 2024

Last week Dr Paul Dalgleish was invited to Fiji, to introduce the GreenyHy2 Advanced Technology Hydrogen Battery to the Director of Energy, Mikaele Belena.

Ellen Whippy-Knight from GreenViti and GreenHy2 organised an event in Suva where GreenHy2 Launched their low operating cost Micro-grid solution to business, NGOs and Government guests.

Ideal to alleviate Fiji's reliance on diesel and Li batteries and a safe way to bring 100% renewable energy to remote communities in hot climates where the Solid State Hydrogen Battery significantly outperforms Li Ion with up to 30 years of life and no loss of capacity.

Recent failures of newly installed Li Ion Batteries by fire, in Fiji and other locations, would be a thing of the past.

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