South Australia backs $240m green hydrogen project

The South Australian Government has backed a $240m hydrogen project and allocated $37m to upgrade export infrastructure as it takes steps to realise its goal of becoming a national green hydrogen exporter.

Announcing the news today (5th Nov), the Marshall government said it will upgrade the Port Bonython jetty as part of its “ambitious plans to become an exporter of green energy to world markets”.

Premier Steven Marshall said the upgrade will unlock significant investment and export opportunities for South Australia, with hydrogen driving renewed interest in Port Bonython.

The government has been working with Australian hydrogen infrastructure developer H2U on its $240m Eyre Peninsula Gateway Hydrogen Project at Port Bonython.

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