South Australia Hydrogen Jobs Plan attracts 29 proposals

Organisations from around the world have put forward 29 proposals to help implement South Australia’s $593m Hydrogen Jobs Plan.

The call for proposals to build the state’s Hydrogen Power Plant, production and storage facilities in Whyalla by December 2025 closed last week, with responses received from organisations across Europe, North and South America and the Asia Pacific, including here in Australia, seeking to help pioneer the green hydrogen industry in South Australia. The regional government reported 60 submissions last July.

The proposals tendered included representations from major renewable energy companies, equipment manufacturers and technology providers.

A detailed and complex evaluation process is now underway with a view to awarding contracts early in the second half of 2023. The Whyalla project comprises 250MWe of electrolysers, 200MW of power generation and hydrogen storage.

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