Pure Hydrogen targets Port Anthony, Victoria for hydrogen hub

Pure Hydrogen’s plans to create four hydrogen hubs on the East Coast of Australia have taken a step forward today with the signing of a new deal in Port Anthony, Victoria.

The Real Energy subsidiary and Australian hydrogen project development firm Port Anthony Renewables will together build and develop a large-scale hydrogen production facility at Port Anthony, which is expected to produce 20 tonnes of hydrogen per day.

Real Energy’s Managing Director Scott Brown said, “Pure Hydrogen is pleased to be partnering with Port Anthony Renewables, and together, we are committed to building and operating a hydrogen plant at Port Anthony that encompasses best-of-breed hydrogen and fuel cell technology that is available today.”

“This is an ideal site for a hydrogen hub with the necessary attributes to cater for both domestic and international markets.”

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