Federal and South Australia governments back hydrogen hub with AUD $100m

Hydrogen hub plans to redevelop a South Australian port are set to receive a combined AUD $100m ($64.2m) of funding from the state and federal governments.

The Port Bonython Hydrogen Hub near Whyalla plans to become the state’s “first” large-scale hydrogen export terminal, generating up to 1.8 million tonnes of hydrogen by 2030.

Expected to host up to AUD $13bn ($8.3bn) worth of projects, the port in the Upper Spencer Gulf region has previously acted as the location of a gas fractionation plant and diesel storage facility.

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