EODev hydrogen generator to be produced in Australia

Sustainable energy solutions provider EODev is partnering with Toyota Australia for the assembly and distribution of its GEH2 hydrogen power generators units from the first quarter of 2024. The agreement represents a significant milestone for the four-year-old French company as it is the first time the GEH2 hydrogen power generator will be assembled outside its production site in Montlhéry, in the Paris region.

EODev signed an agreement with Toyota Australia for the assembly and distribution of its GEH2 hydrogen power generators. (Photo: EODev)

Toyota Australia will invest A$3.27 million to assemble up to 100 generators over the next three years at its Altona site in Melbourne. The first model to be assembled will be the 110-kVA GEH2, which uses a version of the fuel cell module that powers the Toyota Mirai, the first production electric car using a fuel cell, EODev noted. Coupled with a 44-kWh battery capable of providing 88 kW, the Toyota fuel cell allows electricity production without emissions of CO2, NOx or fine particles, emitting only water and heat.

Toyota Australia will be responsible for the distribution of the EODev solutions in collaboration with Blue Diamond Machinery, the precursor Australian partner of EODev since the end of 2021. Units will also be exported across the Tasman Sea with Toyota New Zealand as a first customer and planned distributor in that market.

As the market evolves, the assembly and distribution by Toyota Australia of other models and power ranges may be considered.


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