The technology in question is being designed for mining diesel infrastructure and provides a pathway to decarbonise the industry through hydrogen.
Working out of the company’s Melbourne workshop, H2I Technology will be running trials with a stationary generator to collect data and confirm the emissions reduction and diesel fuel savings.
According to H2I, the company has chosen this specific engine type because potential customers from the mining industry are interested in how the technology can extend the operational life and optimise the efficiency of their current diesel infrastructure.
Once testing is complete, H2I Technology will share the results and footage, while also showcasing its hydrogen enhancement kits to decision-makers from the mining sector.
The company is on track to have the final prototype ready for market by Q4 of 2022.
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