New deal could see South Australian hydrogen exported to Europe

Europe could soon have access to South Australia’s vast hydrogen exports following the signing of a a new deal between the South Australian Government and the Port of Rotterdam Authority.

Under a Memorandum of Understanding, the two parties will study the feasibility of exporting green hydrogen.

This network could vastly boost hydrogen development in Europe with South Australia being a global leader in renewable energy looking to expand its market.

Read more: South Australia backs $240m green hydrogen project

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