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Government of West Australia invests A$10m to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen vehicles

Government of West Australia invests A$10m to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen vehicles

The Government of West Australia has revealed today (Oct 22) that it will invest an initial A$10m ($7.5m) for its Hydrogen Fuelled Transport Programme that aims to accelerate the uptake of hydrogen-powered vehicles.

With this, the McGowan Government is now calling for transport operators, equipment manufacturers and hydrogen producers to team up and submit expressions of interest for the programme.

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As part of this dedication in supporting hydrogen mobility solutions, the programme will provide financial backing to projects that include the procurement and operation of either hydrogen or ammonia-based transportation and the installation of one or more refuelling stations.

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