Western Australia to support hydrogen blending into gas network with $2m fund

Hydrogen blends could soon be entering the Western Australian (WA) gas network with ATCO having been awarded A$2m ($1.45m) by the WA’s Renewable Hydrogen Fund.

Revealed today (August 18), the funding will support one of Australia’s largest blending projects, with around 2,500 connections, and will see renewable hydrogen blended into discrete sections of the WA gas distribution network.

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