New hydrogen station to be established in Victoria, Australia as part of wider hydrogen hub plans

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO is set to receive more than $1m of state government funding towards the development of a hydrogen refuelling station in Victoria.

To be located at CSIRO’s Clayton campus, the station is part of CSIRO’s wider plans to establish the Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2), a new hydrogen production and storage demonstration facility, with Swinburne University of Technology.

VH2 will see CSIRO, Swinburne and their partners test real world uses for hydrogen technology.

The refueller project will demonstrate a fleet trial for CSIRO hydrogen vehicles with the potential for expansion, providing refuelling opportunities to other zero emission fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in the local area.

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