Provaris, Total Eren sign MoU to ship compressed hydrogen to Europe ans Asia
Provaris signs MOU with Total Eren for co-operation on green hydrogen projects using compressed hydrogen storage and transport solutions to reach the Asian and European markets
Agreement includes the development of solutions that will meet the requirements of offtakers, port authorities, shipyards, and ship operators.
Provaris Energy Ltd has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Total Eren, a leading French-based renewable energy Independent Power Producer ('IPP'), to further their co-operation on the development of solutions to transport green hydrogen projects to Asia and Europe where the application of Provaris' compressed hydrogen storage and transport supply chain can be applied.
Total Eren is specialized in the development, financing, construction, operation and maintenance over the long- term of renewable energy power plants (mainly solar and wind) worldwide. In particular, Total Eren is working on several large-scale green hydrogen projects globally, including in Latin America (Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia), in Australia, and in Africa (Morocco, Egypt and Mauritania).
The MOU provides a framework for Provaris and Total Eren to work together on the identification and assessment of green hydrogen projects currently developed by Total Eren that can utilize Provaris' GH2 Carriers for bulk transport of compressed hydrogen in markets that require imported volumes of pure gaseous green hydrogen.
Martin Carolan, Provaris Managing Director and CEO commented:
"Total Eren is an ambitious renewable energy company with a global portfolio of green hydrogen projects under development for import into markets that include Europe and Asia.
Our discussions with Total Eren over time have identified a strong alignment on the commercial and technical benefits of compression for the storage and transport of hydrogen, and we look forward to a closer relationship to facilitate and accelerate the delivery of the first fleet of GH2 Carriers."