The Rockliff Liberal Government is continuing to forge ahead with its vision to establish Bell Bay as Australia’s first green hydrogen hub while also helping Tamar Valley farmers.
Queensland-based company Line Hydrogen is launching its inaugural $100 million green hydrogen project in the growing hub of Bell Bay in Tasmania’s north. With a solar offtake agreement in place, the startup is aiming to be in production within a year.
Tasmania’s port authority has entered into an agreement with Fortescue Future Industries for land and operating access for its proposed 250 MW green hydrogen plant at Bell Bay, in Tasmania’s north.
In recent years, global renewables developer BayWa re has been turning its attention to the Asia Pacific, expanding into Southeast Asia. Junrhey Castro, the company’s director of solar distribution in Southeast Asia, sat down with pv magazine Australia to discuss its experiences in the emerging markets of the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
Australia’s largest energy retailer AGL has blamed an “extremely challenging market” prompted in part by the ongoing penetration of renewables, including rooftop solar PV, after reporting a $2.06 billion full-year net loss.
Iberdrola Australia and hydrogen developer ABEL Energy have announced they will be working together to deliver a green hydrogen and green methanol production facility at Bell Bay, in northern Tasmania, backed by new renewable energy generation within the state. The total estimated capital requirement for the methanol and renewable energy project is in the order of $1.7 billion.
Woodside Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the State of Tasmania that outlines
the Tasmanian Government’s support for the proposed H2TAS project, a renewable hydrogen production facility at
Bell Bay that capitalises on the state’s advantage in green energy.
Australian hydrogen developer Abel Energy and Spanish energy group Iberdrola are pushing ahead with plans to deliver a 240 MW green hydrogen and green methanol production facility in Tasmania, inking a deal to secure a site for the $1.2 billion (USD 79 million) project.
The federal government is turbocharging Australia’s green hydrogen industry, with a $70 million investment to support the development of a hydrogen hub in Townsville.
The Australian government has unveiled a $70 million (USD 49 million) investment to aid the development of a green hydrogen hub in the north Queensland city of Townsville as it looks unlock the benefits of an industry which it says could inject an additional $50 billion (USD 35 billion) into the economy by 2050.
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