Hydrogen hub to be delivered in South Australia
Transactions - MARCH 11, 2022

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Hydrogen hub to be delivered in South Australia

by Kali Persall

South Australia’s liberal government is planning to construct a $13 billion hydrogen hub at Port Bonython, according to Renew Economy. The hub could host up to 3 gigawatts of hydrogen electrolyzers by 2030.

Partners in the hub include Fortescue Future Industries, Origin Energy, Santos, H2U, Eneos, Chiyoda, Mitsubishi and AMP Energy.

“Port Bonython’s outstanding location, South Australia’s world class renewable energy resources and this $67 million strategic investment by the Marshall Government will attract billions of dollars of private investment,” said South Australia Premier Steven Marshall. “The level of global investment interest in the Port Bonython Hydrogen Hub has the capacity to transform South Australia into a renewable energy exporter of world standing in the next decade.”

In the past year, South Australia has sourced 64 percent of its local demand from wind and solar, and has a goal to achieve net 100 percent renewables by 203

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