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Hydrogen hub to be built in Australia

by Futures Centre, Mar 21
1 minute read

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is funding a Hydrogen ‘hub’ in Altona, Australia that will produce a minimum of 60kg of renewable hydrogen per day.

The hydrogen, generated through electrolysis, will be suitable for both energy and mobility use.

Toyota Australia’s chief executive and president, Matt Callachor, has said, “Hydrogen has the potential to play a pivotal role in the future because it can be used to store and transport energy from wind, solar and other renewable sources to power many things, including vehicles like the Toyota Mirai fuel cell electric vehicle”.

A national strategy for hydrogen is being developed in partnership with key scientists and organisations across Australia’s public and private sectors.



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