Japanese Government to provide funding for South Australia green hydrogen export project

Recognising the potential that Australian hydrogen exports could have for the wider Asian markets, the Japanese Government is providing financial support for a green hydrogen export project in South Australia.

Revealed today (Nov 16), the Marubeni Corporation’s hydrogen production project will receive financial support from the Japanese Ministry of the Environment to support the introduction of hydrogen to the Indo-Pacific region to cooperate with developing countries.

This will ultimately reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of countries in the region with the use of hydrogen.

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