Western Australia to become a hydrogen powerhouse with two additional hydrogen hubs

The Government of Western Australia aims to develop two additional hydrogen hubs in Pilbara and Mid-West Australia with a A$117.5m ($84m) investment.

By investing in the development of two more hydrogen hubs, it is hoped that the region could support the growing demand for hydrogen whilst also situating itself as a powerhouse for hydrogen technologies.

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