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Port Bonython to develop into one of South Australia’s most prospective hydrogen export hubs

Port Bonython to develop into one of South Australia’s most prospective hydrogen export hubs

The South Australian Government has revealed today (May 18) that it is inviting expressions of interest to develop land at Port Bonython into one of South Australia’s most prospective hydrogen export hubs.

The state-owned site has outstanding access to multiple renewable energy zones and boasts over 2,000 hectares of available land as well as access to an existing deepwater port comprising of a 2.4km long jetty.

The expressions of interest will be rated on the ability to develop projects that have the potential to create economic growth and regional development on the Eyre Peninsula.

It must also contribute to Port Bonython as a multi-user, export-focused precinct to leverage the state’s advantages in renewable energy, fuels and minerals.

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