Ark Energy’s parent company, Korea Zinc, has joined RE100 in what is considered to be a defining moment in the group’s corporate history and commits to powering its global operations entirely from renewable energy by 2050. Read more
Further to the Heads of Agreement in July, Ark Energy has now signed a Vehicle Supply Agreement with Hyzon Motors for the supply of five 140 (metric) tonne rated hydrogen fuel cell trucks to be delivered to our SunHQ H2 hub in Townsville by the end of 2022. These zero-emission trucks are expected to be
Ark Energy’s parent company, Korea Zinc, has joined some of South Korea’s leading conglomerates to establish a hydrogen business council, invest heavily in hydrogen related projects and transition Korea to a hydrogen-based economy by 2030. Other founding members include Hyundai Motor, SK, POSCO, Hanwha, Hyosung, Lotte, GS, Doosan, Samsung C&T, LS and Iljin. Read more
CEO, Daniel Kim signed a MoU on behalf of Ark Energy with the Port of Townsville that could see 120,000 tonnes of renewable hydrogen shipped to South Korea in the next decade. Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen Mick de Brenni said a feasibility study will investigate the development of a renewable hydrogen facility focused
Ark Energy’s mission is to become the safest and most competitive producer of green hydrogen in the world.
Ark Energy aims to redefine the ‘R’ which has underpinned the bilateral relationship between Australia and Korea for the past 50 years from Resources (and fossil fuel energy) to Renewables (and green hydrogen) and create a new growth engine for the next 50+ years.
Ark Energy also aims to bring forward the decarbonisation of Australia’s heavy haulage transport sector by at least 5 years.