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CleanCo joins ambitious Gladstone project to enhance the hydrogen ecosystem

CleanCo joins ambitious Gladstone project to enhance the hydrogen ecosystem

Publicly owned renewable energy company CleanCo is looking to enhance the hydrogen ecosystem in Gladstone, Australia, by joining a new hydrogen consortium.

The consortium will be looking to decarbonise Queensland by providing a solid foundation to grow the hydrogen ecosystem ensuring all industries have access to the clean energy carrier.

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 Speaking on CleanCo joining the consortium, Mick de Brenni, Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen, said, “As a government we established CleanCo to drive the energy transformation, providing reliable, competitively-priced, low-emission energy to the market and to ensure that Queensland is running on 50% renewable energy by 2030.

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