ARENA puts nearly $A1m toward hydrogen feasibility study

THE Australian Renewable Energy Agency has committed A$980,000 toward a feasibility study on building an ammonia facility powered by renewable hydrogen in Queensland.

ARENA puts nearly $A1m toward hydrogen feasibility study ARENA puts nearly $A1m toward hydrogen feasibility study ARENA puts nearly $A1m toward hydrogen feasibility study ARENA puts nearly $A1m toward hydrogen feasibility study ARENA puts nearly $A1m toward hydrogen feasibility study

Queensland could be home to world’s largest green ammonia plant

ARENA has put the money aside for Dyno Nobel Moranbah, a subsidiary of fertiliser company Incitec Pivot to conduct the study of building the facility at its existing Moranbah ammonia plant.
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