Emerson tech to help H2 Hauler 28 March 2024

Emerson H2 Hauler Emerson’s Mike Train and H2 Hauler’s Tyson Cooney sign collaboration agreement

Emerson is to provide an integrated hydrogen mobility business management system to H2 Haler, an Australia-based manufacturer of storage and distribution equipment for compressed hydrogen.

Emerson will automate H2 Hauler’s loading and monitoring systems, manage custody transfer, and monitor trailer tube assets to enable safe and sustainable transport of hydrogen.

“As we expand our operations in hydrogen road transport and storage manufacturing, we are confident Emerson’s proven automation technologies and software will support not only safe storage and distribution, but vital chain-of-custody management and auditing capabilities to demonstrate the impact of this emerging industry,” said H2 Hauler chief executive officer Tyson Cooney.

Emerson will help optimise H2 Hauler’s hydrogen dispensing skids and trailer onboard units by providing its DeltaV PK Controller, fire and gas systems, valves, actuators and regulators. In addition, Emerson will provide a cloud-based data platform to remotely view and control equipment – enabling real-time data for optimal operational performance.

“As demand for hydrogen accelerates across heavy-duty transportation applications, we need systems in place to safely, reliably and efficiently transport hydrogen from where it is produced to where it is needed,” said Mike Train, Emerson’s chief sustainability officer.

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