Seven potential locations for clean hydrogen hubs in Australia have been unveiled today (Sept 20) as the government upped its investment to create a national network to A$464m ($335.8m).
Bell Bay, Tasmania; Darwin, Northern Territory; Eyre Peninsula, South Australia; Gladstone, Queensland; Latrobe Valley, Victoria; Hunter Valley, New South Wales; and Pilbara, Western Australia have been identified as sites for hydrogen production and export facilities.
In a statement today, Prime Minister (PM) Scott Morrison announced a further A$150m for a further two locations under the Clean Hydrogen Industrial Hubs programme which will enable the rollout of hydrogen hubs across seven priority regional sites.
The now A$464m grant programme provides up to A$3m grants for project consortia to initially progress feasibility and design work, and up to A$70m towards the rollout of projects.
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