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Queensland Government to provide funding for $15m LAVO hydrogen fuel cell production facility
© Queensland Government
Queensland Government to provide funding for $15m LAVO hydrogen fuel cell production facility
© Queensland Government

Queensland Government to provide funding for $15m LAVO hydrogen fuel cell production facility

The Queensland Government, Australia, has unveiled today (Nov 24) the ‘Invest in Queensland’ programme that will support the establishment of a hydrogen fuel cell production facility in Springfield being developed by LAVO and Nedstack.

With an investment of $15m, the facility will enable the development of hydrogen fuel cells systems within the region and provide a boost to the hydrogen economy in Australia.

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