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TAS hydrogen hub gets extra A$70m government funds

The Australian federal government has committed to invest A$70 million to help develop a hydrogen hub in Bell Bay, Northern Tasmania.

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The hydrogen hub is expected to produce 45,000 tonnes of renewable hydrogen annually - enough to fuel over 2,200 heavy vehicles for a year. It will also support the manufacture of green metals and alloys...

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