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Green hydrogen electrolysers to be built in regional Australia with government backing – ABC News

Three new hydrogen plants are approved in regional Australia and will share in more than $100 million worth of conditional federal government funding.

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Three new green hydrogen plants have been approved in regional Australia and will share in more than $100 million worth of conditional Federal Government funding.
Key points:

  • $100m ARENA funding will go to Engie Renewables in the Pilbara, ATCO in WA’s Mid West and AGIG’s Hydrogen park in Wodonga, Victoria.
  • The three projects will produce green hydrogen, using renewable energy
  • Federal Minister Angus Taylor says the hydrogen produced by ATCO and AGIG will be blended with LNG for use in gas networks

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