Western Australia opens A$10m hydrogen fund

Western Australia (WA) has today opened a A$10m Renewable Hydrogen Fund to drive a new job-creating industry harnessing the state’s renewable resources.

The fund will assist projects to develop WA’s renewable hydrogen industry and attract investment in hydrogen infrastructure, with grants from A$300,000 to A$3m available for feasibility studies, demonstration or capital works projects.

The fund forms part of the McGowan Government’s newly released WA Renewable Hydrogen Strategy which will drive WA’s position as a major producer and exporter of renewable hydrogen.

Western Australia unveils renewable hydrogen future

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