Hydrogen Demand Drivers

How We Can Use Hydrogen to Change the World?

As hydrogen is a plentiful resource, it is the true fuel of the future and one of the best approaches to decarbonising numerous sectors. This is a worldwide trend and movement.

The New Diesel

Hydrogen generators provide businesses who require quick, transportable, and stable electricity with inexpensive, low-maintenance, high-capacity green energy. As hydrogen technology advances, generators fueled by the gas are expected to replace diesel as the preferred power
source for construction sites, hospitals, and isolated communities.

Our hydrogen gensets will provide dependable electricity for sectors now reliant on old diesel systems, as refuelling stations are developed and costs are lowered.


  • Diesel accounts for 41% of the transport and power generation in the Australian mining sector, resulting in strong early market demand.
  • Hydrogen will turn off-grid power systems into cutting-edge renewable energy centres.
  • Experts are now referring to hydrogen as the ‘new diesel’. The Australian Commonwealth Government expects it to be a commercially viable fuel source by 2025 and eventually supplant other forms of energy.Hydrogen will turn off-grid power systems into cutting-edge renewable energy centres.

Decarbonising The Western World

The majority of western governments around the world have committed to net-zero emissions goals — hydrogen is viewed as one of the strongest approaches to attaining this. We believe our generators will help drive Australia’s transition from high-emissions electricity to clean hydrogen.


  • Clean diesel releases a significant amount of pollution, while green hydrogen emits none.
  • Green hydrogen substitutes fossil fuels, resulting in a considerable reduction in carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.
  • We can utilise the technology to help decarbonise the energy sector by assisting in the fueling of renewable energy sources like wind and solar.

Underpinning Renewables

Major renewable energy sources, like solar and wind, are dependent on weather cycles beyond our control. As a result, they must be ’firmed’ in order to deliver power on a consistent basis.
By storing hydrogen-generated electricity, we can provide the stability required to optimise these power networks.


  • According to KPMG, by 2050, this technology will have reduced electricity costs to AU$27 per MWh in some locations.
  • Hydrogen powers demand response, seasonal storage, and a number of other applications.
  • The Australian Commonwealth Government found hydrogen power systems are already cost-competitive with diesel-solar hybrid and solar-battery systems.

Transforming The Electric Vehicle Industry

Due to advances in technology, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles are becoming a better alternative for both personal and commercial use. As a result, emissions-free cars are entering the market at lower cost and higher functionality — leading them to enter the mainstream.
To accelerate our transition to carbon-free hydrogen-powered cars, we’re seeing a comprehensive network of refuelling stations being built across Australia.


  • Because of a similar chemical reaction to rockets, they can go twice as far as battery-powered vehicles.
  • Before hydrogen, electric batteries were too big for industrial vehicles and planes.
  • In the United States, 30,000 fuel cell forklifts were in operation in 2019, with Hyzon Motors projecting that 100,000 hydrogen-powered vehicles will be on the road by 2030.

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