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Funding pours in for Australian green methanol plans

Germany and Australia back a hydrogen incubator project

Credit: Fahroni/Shutterstock

Credit: Fahroni/Shutterstock

The Australian and German governments are providing funding of up to A$40 million for a solar methanol plant, known as SM1, to be built in South Australia.   Methanol is one of the most versatile hydrogen...

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