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Twiggy's FFI to examine coal infrastructure for hydrogen hub

LOW rank coals that once powered the US could help drive development and uptake of green hydrogen as a fuel of tomorrow, leveraging the energy infrastructure of yesterday, according to Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest.

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Twiggy's FFI to examine coal infrastructure for hydrogen hub

Fortescue Future Industries, which is controlled by Fortescue Metals Group, has announced plans to study the former Centralia coal mine in Washington state for conversion into a green hydrogen production...

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