Australian Gas Networks to construct hydrogen plant in Queensland

Australian Gas Networks, part of the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), will construct a $4.2m hydrogen plant in Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.

The Gladstone plant announced today will be Australia’s first renewable hydrogen production facility able to deliver up to 10% blended hydrogen across the city.

Part of AIGI’s push to use zero carbon hydrogen initiatives to decarbonise its operations, the project has received $1.78m in funding from the Queensland Government.

“Australian Gas Networks, part of AGIG, is proud to partner with the Queensland Government on this ground-breaking project,” said Ben Wilson, Australian Gas Networks’ CEO.

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