Hydrogen Park South Australia takes shape

Australia’s largest renewable gas project Hydrogen Park South Australia (Hyp SA) is starting to take shape.

Based at the Tonsley Innovation District in Adelaide, the $11.4m demonstration project, delivered and funded by Australian Gas Networks (AGN), will produce renewable hydrogen using water and renewable electricity through electrolysis from mid-2020.

The project will demonstrate the feasibility of blending hydrogen into the South Australian gas network and inform the South Australian Government’s planning to transition the gas distribution network.

AGN will supply more than 700 properties in the nearby suburb of Mitchell Park with a blend of 5% renewable hydrogen in natural gas, delivered through the existing gas network.

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