Queensland, Australia to ship 120,000 tonnes to South Korea

Queensland, Australia could be shipping 120,000 tonnes of renewable hydrogen to South Korea in the next decade.

Unveiling such plans today (September 7), the Australian state said that it wants to develop a renewable hydrogen facility at Sun Metals’ zinc refinery in Townsville, Queensland.

A newly inked Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Port of Townsville and Ark Energy formalised the ambitious plans and will carry out a feasibility study for the development.

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