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Green hydrogen set to be produced at Townsville wastewater treatment plant

Green hydrogen set to be produced at Townsville wastewater treatment plant

The Townsville City Council is planning on working with a local consortium to explore the production of green hydrogen at one of the city’s wastewater treatment plants.

The council for the city, located in Australia, agreed to establish a licence agreement with Townsville Hydrogen to investigate the feasibility of hydrogen production in the region on land at the Mount St John wastewater treatment plant.

A tender had been released to the market last month seeking proposals for leasing Council land from parties interested in the production of hydrogen.

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