Monday, 12 February 2018

Joint Māori and Japanese hydrogen pilot project for Taupō

Source: businessday, 9th February 2018, by Daniel Hutchinson

Daniel Hutchinson reported, "A project to pilot the commercial production of hydrogen using renewable geothermal energy has been announced. Taupō-based Tuaropaki Trust and Japanese construction company Obayashi Corporation, have signed a memorandum of understanding to start producing hydrogen, a fuel which produces no carbon emissions. Tuaropaki Trust opened the Mokai geothermal power station, near Taupō, in 2000, and has other farming and engineering assets in the North Island. (...)"

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