New agreement looks to develop Australian green hydrogen production and storage projects

An agreement between Energy Estate and Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure has been signed to see collaboration on green hydrogen production and storage projects in Australia.

Under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), revealed today (November 8), the companies hope to accelerate the delivery of green hydrogen and its derivatives from Energy Estate’s portfolio of over 30GW of decarbonisation projects.

H2 View understands the new partners will advance the Hunter Hydrogen Network (H2N) in New South Wales, a 1.6GW project developed by Energy Estate and Eurus Energy which was announced in 2021.

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