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Tasmanian hydrogen project in Brighton identifies site
Tasmanian hydrogen project in Brighton identifies site

Tasmanian hydrogen project in Brighton identifies site

Green hydrogen project plans to supply Tasmania, Australia’s industry, gas users, public transport, and trucking sectors move a step closer with the identification of a site.

Subsidary of ReNu Energy Limited, Countrywide Renewable Hydrogen (CRH), revealed today (June 24) that it is completing the design of its Hydrogen Tasmania Brighton Project, which seeks to construct a green hydrogen production facility near the Brighton Transport Hub.

CRH say its modelling an electrolysis capacity of 1-2MW, which could generate 430-900kg of hydrogen per day, with plans to meet the anticipated demand of natural gas customers, road transport operators and diesel consumers.

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