Port Antony, Victoria eyed up for a 100 tonnes per day hydrogen hub

Another landmark green hydrogen deal has been inked today (16th March) in Australia.

Port Antony Renewables and with GrapheneX have joined forces on the new venture that will see the development of a major hydrogen export facility that could produce and store up to 100 tonnes of green renewable hydrogen per day.

To be located at Port Anthony in Victoria, the facility will produce hydrogen for a variety of vehicles including cars, buses and trucks. Hydrogen will also be produced for hydrogen and oxygen domestic markets and hydrogen for export.

“We are briming with excitement with this partnership,” said Ben Anthony, Executive Director of Port Anthony Renewables. “This represents a cornerstone of our operations, as it enables the participation of such a wide and diverse group in the technological and logistical aspects of the Port Hydrogen Hub.”

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