According to The Australian Financial Review, South Australia's push to establish itself as a national export hub for green hydrogen was given a boost on Thursday, with the Marshall government announcing $37 million to upgrade export infrastructure.
The new investment will be included in Tuesday's state budget, and is part of the $240 million Eyre Peninsula Gateway Hydrogen Project being developed by Australian company Hydrogen Utility (H2U).
Under the first phase of the project – the demonstrator phase – H2U will develop a 75 megawatt electrolysis plant and an ammonia production facility, with an annual capacity of 40,000 tonnes.
The facility will supply the South Australian and domestic market, and support trial export shipments of green hydrogen and green ammonia to Japan and other North Asian economies.
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