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Provaris to start H2 tank prototype test

AUSTRALIA-HEADQUARTERED energy innovator Provaris Energy (formerly known as Global Energy Ventures) has announced a prototype tank test program for its H2Neo compressed hydrogen carrier which is aimed at seeking approvals from the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and Norway’s Det Norske Veritas (DNV).

 Automated production of steel structures facility - credits to Prodtex AS

Automated production of steel structures facility - credits to Prodtex AS

Provaris has contracted Norway's technology company Prodtex AS to design, construct and test the H2 tank alongside SINTEF, an independent research organisation.  According to the contract, Prodtex will...

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