Japan and Australia join forces on hydrogen

Australia and Japan are linking up in the field of sustainability, having unveiled ambitious plans to develop a CO2-free hydrogen supply chain between the two countries.

ENEOS Corporation and Origin Energy shared such ambitions on Monday (August 23) as part of an effort that will utilise Queensland, Australia’s green hydrogen production facilities.

To ensure a highly effective hydrogen supply chain, the duo will conduct a study for collaboration with a local Australian company to develop a plan for an affordable and stable supply of hydrogen produced from renewable energy.

Origin will lead of the hydrogen production aspect of the partnership, and will particularly focus on the use of renewable energy supply and water electrolysis for such production.

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