AUD $140m joint funding finalised for Western Australia’s Pilbara Hydrogen Hub

The Australian and Western Australia (WA) governments are investing a combined AUD $140m ($91.5m) to develop a hydrogen hub in the Pilbara region.

Anticipated to become a centre for hydrogen production and export, both the Commonwealth and State hope the Pilbara Hydrogen Hub could eventually become an “international gateway” for Australian-made green steel and iron.

With each government investing AUD $70m ($45.8m) under the finalised deal, construction will kick off this year, with the hub expected to become operational in mid-2028.

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