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New South Wales to house Australia’s first wood fed hydrogen production plant

New South Wales to house Australia’s first wood fed hydrogen production plant

New South Wales (NSW) could become home to Australia’s first wood fed hydrogen production plant in addition to the country’s largest green bio-hydrogen production eco-hub, Sweetman Renewables has said.

Set to be established through a new $15m agreement between Sweetman and CAC-H₂ Private Limited of Singapore, a Hydrogen Production Centre of Excellence will additionally be established in Hunter Valley.

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By utilising CAC-H₂’s gasification technology, the production plant will be able to convert wood chippings into 99.999% pure hydrogen.

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