Milestone reached for Port Anthony hydrogen hub

The Australian clean-tech business, Port Anthony Renewables (PAR), have reached a ‘significant development milestone’, as it commences wind monitoring for the company’s large-scale green hydrogen and ammonia hub project.

Revealed today (May 17), data collected by PAR’s Fulcrum 3D SODAR (Sonic Detection and Ranging) weather monitoring system, will support PAR’s wind farm feasibility work and help monitor the potential for hydrogen ammonia production at the port.

Read more: Pure Hydrogen targets Port Anthony, Victoria for hydrogen hub

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