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Tasmania targets 1.7GW hydrogen production with new Woodside project

Tasmania targets 1.7GW hydrogen production with new Woodside project

Renewable hydrogen is to receive a boost in Tasmania, Australia, with Woodside Energy securing land for a proposed 1.7GW hydrogen production plant, revealed today (Nov 12).

As part of the H2TAS project, the phased development will have the potential to support up to 1.7GW of electrolysis for hydrogen and ammonia production.

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The initial phase will have a capacity of up to 300MW and target production of 200,000 per annum of ammonia, matched to forecast customer demand.

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