Siemens and Hydrogen Renewables Australia partner on green hydrogen project

Siemens and Hydrogen Renewables Australia are partnering to develop a 5GW solar and wind farm in Western Australia that will produce renewable hydrogen for potential export to Asia.

The Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project is proposed to be developed in three stages: firstly a demonstration phase providing hydrogen for transport fuels; secondly an expansion to blend with natural gas in the nearby Dampier to Bunbury pipeline; and thirdly a large expansion to produce hydrogen for the Asian markets, notably Japan and Korea.

“We believe that Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project’s location is the best in Australia for combined solar and wind, making it one of the most cost-effective spots to produce clean energy,” said Terry Kallis, Executive Chairman of Hydrogen Renewables Australia.

“We also believe that the project will contribute significantly to the national, state and local objectives for new investment, new jobs, renewable energy sources and new export markets.”

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