05/06/2019 - 15:44

Valmec wins EPC contract at hydrogen facility

05/06/2019 - 15:44

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Valmec has secured a $4.5 million contract at Australian Gas Infrastructure Group’s Hydrogen Park production facility.

Valmec says the hydrogen project is an Australian-first initiative.

Valmec has secured a $4.5 million contract at Australian Gas Infrastructure Group’s Hydrogen Park production facility.

Under the contract, Valmec will provide engineering, procurement and construction services at the renewable energy project, which is located in Adelaide.

In a statement, Valmec said the project was an Australian-first initiative that would ultimately pave the way for the development of the hydrogen economy in the country.

“The project allows Valmec to extend its already diverse capabilities in energy production and processing infrastructure and to support AGIG in making,” it said.

Construction of the project is expected to commence immediately.

Valmec managing director Steve Dropulich said the company looked forward to delivering Australia’s first hydrogen facility.

“With the project also being the largest renewable gas project in Australia, Valmec is proud to be part of an industry making a low carbon emissions future a reality.”

AGIG’s Hydrogen Park will deliver a 1.25-megawatt polymer electrolyte membrane electrolyser at the Tonsley Innovation District in Adelaide’s southern suburbs.

In April, Valmec announced it won $15 million worth of works with Water Corporation and CBH Group.

Shares in Valmec were finished trade up 4.54 per cent at 23 cents per share.

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