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Australian plans $6.75bn Renewables to Hydrogen plan for Asia

We think perhaps living in Australia makes you think big where energy projects are concerned – there’s the 3,800 km cable to Singapore from a 3 GW solar farm in Oz, and the coal plant aimed entirely at making hydrogen with the electricity it generates for the Japanese car fuel market – now we have another hydrogen project designed to harness 5 GW of renewables electricity from wind and solar across a 120,000 hectare site in the Australian outback. The idea has been brought to life this week by Siemens talking about it, since it plans to offer up its Silyzer proton exchange membrane electrolyser (PEM), which it has pitched at the Renewable Hydrogen Project at Murchison House Station in…

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