Australian Government commits $288m to hydrogen hubs in Tasmania and South Australia

The Australian Government has confirmed that $288m will be allocated to Tasmania and South Australia (SA) in order to develop hydrogen hubs in the country.

With this, the Bell Bay region of Tasmania will be developed into a hydrogen hub with the support of $70m from the federal government.

According to the Government, the area includes an advanced manufacturing zone, access to renewable energy, appropriate infrastructure, water availability in addition to port access to export the clean energy carrier.

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