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Townsville, Australia, to transition into a hydrogen powerhouse with new MoU
© Edify
Townsville, Australia, to transition into a hydrogen powerhouse with new MoU
© Edify

Townsville, Australia, to transition into a hydrogen powerhouse with new MoU

Townsville, Australia, could become a hydrogen powerhouse with Edify signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) today (Nov 24) to investigate the feasibility of exporting hydrogen through the port.

The new MoU will build on the previously announced development with Edify set to build and operate a hydrogen production plant with up to 1GW electrolyser for 5,000 to 150,000 tonnes per year at the Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct, 46km south of Townsville.

Read more: $15.5m funding to support the introduction of hydrogen trucks to Townsville, Australia
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