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ARENA names successful applicants for $2bn hydrogen funding, Woodside misses out

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has shortlisted and invited six applicants to submit a full application in the next stage of the $2 billion Hydrogen Headstart Program. However, Woodside Energy and Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group failed to make the cut.

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The six successful applicants out of around 60 applications, were bp, HIF, KEPCO Australia, Origin Energy, Stanwell Corporation and Murchison Hydrogen Renewables, are developing projects with large-scale...

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