Hydrexia enter into partnership with Howden to include Chart solution for Hydrogen fueling stations

Hydrexia and Chart Industries have expanded the existing cooperation agreement with Howden to include Chart’s hydrogen solution offerings focused on streamlining mobility applications, specifically hydrogen refueling stations.

Under the expanded agreement, Chart, Howden and Hydrexia will combine their expertise to deliver complete refueling station solutions with a modularization concept bringing cost and lead-time efficiencies for their customers in Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia.

Chart, including Howden, has solutions including leading compression technologies, storage and transport equipment, liquefaction technology and end-use capabilities across the value chain for both gaseous and liquid hydrogen handling. This full solution offering combines over 160 years of hydrogen experience and is supported by a global network of product experts, regional presence and service capabilities in Australia and Southeast Asia which will provide on-the-ground support to Hydrexia.

Hydrexia is the international business of China’s Hyfun (Hydrexia China), which has collectively delivered 58 HRS projects in China and South-East Asia since 2016. The company offers standard station designs at 500, 1,000 and 2,000 kg per day with high-speed fueling at both 350 and 700 bar, and customized solutions at any scale.

All stations and systems are designed and manufactured in-house using leading componentry and manufacturing techniques. Flagship projects include decarbonizing the Shanghai-Pudong freight corridor supplying 300 hydrogen fuel cell logistics trucks for DHL China; and also, the world’s largest hydrogen refueling station at 6,400 kg per day in Hebei, China.

Howden and Hyfun, Hydrexia’s parent company, have a history of successful collaboration, having already worked together to deliver nearly 40 refueling stations and Chart has numerous commercialized liquid hydrogen stations in the market. Additionally, Chart brings market-leading expertise in gaining regional hydrogen certification for equipment. We look forward to bringing this broad-based hydrogen experience to other parts of Asia to further advance the hydrogen economy.


Engr. Haseeb Ullah

Haseeb covers the global energy market for both conventional and modern energy resources. His expertise is on the global energy supply chain from generation to distribution and end-users. He has a Master degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
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