Green hydrogen produced at in Western Sydney plant could be powering buses, trucks and cars in New South Wales as early as next year, in what is believed to be the first time New South Wales transport industry will have access to green hydrogen.
A great move for New Zealand’s hydrogen economy, such news is the result of a newly inked agreement between energy infrastructure company Jemena and gas supply company Coregas.
The green hydrogen will be produced at Jemena’s $15m Western Sydney Green Gas Project.
Co-funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), the project is converting renewable electricity to hydrogen gas which can be blended and stored in Jemena’s gas distribution network to supply New South Wales homes and businesses.
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