Queensland hydrogen plant to produce 50,000kg of renewable hydrogen annually

The Australian town of Chinchilla, located in the state of Queensland, will soon be home to a brand-new hydrogen plant capable of producing 50,000kg of renewable hydrogen annually.

IHI Engineering Australia will begin construction on the site in six months’ time, having been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from CS Energy.

Supporting the build out of its evolving hydrogen economy, the Queensland Government has said it will provide $28.9m towards the project and a refuelling network in the Western Downs region of Queensland.

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