Denham to demonstrate hydrogen power

Denham to demonstrate hydrogen power

The small coastal town of Denham, in Western Australia’s Shark Bay area, is preparing to test a hydrogen plant powered by solar energy.

Horizon Power said it is preparing to build the plant and investigate the possibility of demonstrating the use of hydrogen as a future source of energy for the town, in support of the state government’s Renewable Hydrogen Strategy.

“As part of our commitment to deliver cleaner, greener energy to our regional customers, we want to investigate the potential to develop a hydrogen demonstration plant to test the suitability and capability of hydrogen as a renewable energy source for electricity generation in the future,” Horizon Power CEO Stephanie Unwin said.

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