Port of Newcastle, Australia, to be converted into a key hydrogen hub

The Port of Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia, is set to receive a huge boost in developing a 40MW hydrogen hub with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) investing $1.5m to support the project.

Unveiled today (Nov 8), the funding will support a feasibility study led by both the Port of Newcastle and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group with it set to determine a range of potential uses for green hydrogen in mobility, bunkering, energy production and industrial applications.

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