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Australian project to convert recycled water into renewable hydrogen with $43.3m backing
Australian project to convert recycled water into renewable hydrogen with $43.3m backing

Australian project to convert recycled water into renewable hydrogen with $43.3m backing

In a new agreement, Barwon Water will work with Viva Energy Australia in order to provide recycled water for the production of renewable hydrogen with a $43.3m backing.

The hydrogen generated at this facility will then be sued to broaden the Australian capabilities in the mobility market with the partners aiming to supply the hydrogen for an initial fleet of 15 powered heavy vehicles.

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