Major wind and solar hub in Australia to push hydrogen export

Australia is considering a wind and solar facility to supply large-scale production of hydrogen with global export in mind.

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Kallis Energy Investments has proposed to set up a 6GW hydrogen project in the northern region of Adelaide, Australia.

The project, titled the Moolawatana Renewable Hydrogen Project, could potentially see a combined solar and wind hub, each with up to 3GW in capacity to supply large-scale production of hydrogen for global export, reports pv magazine Australia.

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