A$600m hydrogen distribution network planned between Sydney and Melbourne, Australia

It was announced on Tuesday (June 21), a A$600m ($413.3m) green hydrogen distribution network in Australia has been agreed to be planned and built by Hydrogen Fuels Australia (H2FA) and CLARA Energy.

The two Australian-based companies have partnered to fast track their joint development of up to five hydrogen refuelling stations along the Hume Highway, between Melbourne and Sydney, to support freight and logistics companies transition fleets to hydrogen.

H2 View understands CLARA Energy plans to start operations of what it says could be one of the world’s largest green hydrogen production facilities in Tarcutta, New South Wales (NSW) by 2025.

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