Leigh Creek Energy says it can produce hydrogen at less than $1 per kg

Emerging energy firm Leigh Creek Energy says it can produce 200 million kilograms (kg) of hydrogen a year at less than $1 per kg.

The South Australia-based company’s announcement comes in response to the Australian Government’s desire to manufacture hydrogen at less than $2 per kg – the point at which the government thinks hydrogen will compete with alternatives in large-scale deployment across our energy system.

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