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Six firms to study Australian green hydrogen project

Japanese and Australian companies look at project to produce renewable hydrogen from 1GW electrolyser by 2026

Six companies—four Japanese and two Australian—have signed an agreement to carry out a $10.4mn feasibility study for a 35,000t/yr green hydrogen project in Queensland, Australia that would produce fuel to be shipped to Japan. The project—which hopes to raise output to 200,000t/yr by 2031—has secured a potential site in the Gladstone region and is looking to acquire about 100 hectares in Fisherman’s Landing as a hydrogen liquefaction and loading base. The feasibility study will focus on suitable production technologies and the construction of hydrogen liquefaction plants and liquefied hydrogen carriers, as well as associated finance and environmental assessments and commercialisation models



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