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Hysata raises US$111 million led by BP Ventures and Templewater

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Australia-based company, Hysata, is developing new high-efficiency electrolysers that aim to produce green hydrogen at scale with higher energy efficiency and lower costs than alternative technologies. The company's technology combines engineering and science in a unique capillary-fed alkaline electrolyser that uses less energy to convert water to hydrogen.

BP Ventures and Templewater led the recent US$111.3 million investment round in the company, with strong backing from existing major strategic and financial investors IP Group Australia, Kiko Ventures (IP Group plc's cleantech platform), Virescent Ventures on behalf of Clean Energy Finance Corporation, Hostplus, Vestas Ventures and BlueScopeX.

The company also welcomed new major strategic and financial investors POSCO Holdings, POSCO E&C, IMM Investment Hong Kong, Shinhan Financial Group, Twin Towers Ventures, Oman Investment Authority's VC arm IDO and TelstraSuper.

Hysata will use the funding to expand production capacity at its iconic beachside manufacturing facility in Wollongong, New South Wales, and further develop its technology as it focuses on reaching gigawatt scale manufacturing.

Hysata CEO, Paul Barrett, said: "Our mission at Hysata is to accelerate the deep decarbonisation of hard-to-abate sectors such as steel, chemical manufacture, and heavy transport, by delivering the world's most efficient, simple, and reliable electrolysers. With high-efficiency, intrinsically low CAPEX and a mass-manufacturable design, Hysata aims to drive down the levelised cost of hydrogen. This funding round, backed by a world class syndicate of investors, demonstrates the game changing impact Hysata is having on the green hydrogen landscape. It will strengthen our team and enhance our capabilities, as we propel towards widespread commercial availability."

Gareth Burns, Vice President of BP Ventures, added: "We know that green hydrogen can play a big role in decarbonisation. This is the first advanced alkaline electrolyser technology that BP Ventures has invested in. It could provide optionality for our hydrogen business as BP aims to become a global leader in low-carbon hydrogen production. Hysata's technology could help save energy and reduce production costs, addressing two challenges of the green hydrogen market. We're excited for Hysata's next steps."

Alfred Wong, Partner of Templewater, said: "We are thrilled at Templewater to be driving the green revolution, jointly leading this impactful investment in Hysata. The high efficiency of Hysata's electrolyser technology holds the potential to be a cornerstone in the worldwide shift to sustainable energy sources. Our investment in Hysata is a testament to Templewater's commitment to support mission-driven companies that are working towards solving the world's biggest climate challenges."

Hydrogen is one of BP's transition growth engines that it plans to grow by the end of the decade. BP has a number of regional hydrogen energy hubs it is developing, including in Australia, such as H2 Kwinana and the Australian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH).

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