Homes and businesses in Albury-Wodonga, Australia could be powered by hydrogen

Around 40,000 homes and businesses in Albury-Wodonga, Victoria could be powered by hydrogen in the near future as Australian Gas Networks (AGN) targets 10% renewable gas in networks by no later than 2030.

Part of the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), AGN is partnering with energy company Engie to develop Hydrogen Park Murray Valley (HyP Murray Valley), which will supply renewable hydrogen blended with natural gas to customers on the existing Albury-Wodonga gas distribution network.

The 10MW renewable hydrogen project, co-located with the West Wodonga Wastewater Treatment Plant, would also be able to supply industry and transport markets.

The HyP Murray Valley bid has been submitted to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) alongside the Clean Energy Innovation Park (CEIP) project proposal, a joint venture between AGIG and international integrated energy group ATCO.

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