Hydrogen hub plans unveiled for Victoria; Andrews Labour Government commits to $34.9m plan for clean and green energy

A new hydrogen hub will be developed in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia, as part of the state’s commitment to be a leader in clean and green energy.

Confirming plans for the development on Monday (June 28), the Andrews Labour Government said the hub is part of a wider $34.9m plan which will also see construction of a battery facility.

Funded by the Government, the projects will be developed to meet bespoke requirements in defence, agriculture, disaster zones and health settings.

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