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Darwin Hub to enable the development of an interconnected hydrogen industry through new potential partnership

Darwin Hub to enable the development of an interconnected hydrogen industry through new potential partnership

The Darwin Hub could enable the development of an interconnected hydrogen industry across the Northern Territory and Australia as the local government and CSIRO partner to boost investment.

With the partnering, the two groups will outline a joint business case that will look to expand the hub into a central cluster for zero-emission technology and carbon capture utilisation and storage.

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In doing so, this could enable the development of a large-scale hydrogen cluster in the Darwin Hub with investment set to increase and fast-track emissions reductions.

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