Hydrogen projects in South Australia

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The South Australian Government has invested more than $17 million in grants and $25 million in loans to four renewable hydrogen projects.

Led by the Department for Energy and Mining, the South Australian Government will continue to deepen its engagement with key hydrogen industry stakeholders and coordinate the State’s efforts in scaling up its hydrogen industry.

Australian Gas Networks (AGN) – Hydrogen Park South Australia

AGN’s Hydrogen Park South Australia is an $11.4 million demonstration project comprising a 1.25 megawatt (MW) electrolyser at the Tonsley Innovation District in Adelaide’s southern suburbs, the largest of its kind installed in Australia. More information here.

The Hydrogen Utility™ (H2U) – Port Lincoln hydrogen and green ammonia supply chain demonstrator

Australian hydrogen infrastructure company H2U is developing a facility integrating more than 30 megawatt (MW) in water electrolysis to produce renewable hydrogen and renewable ammonia near Port Lincoln in South Australia, along with 32 MW of open-cycle gas turbines running on 100% hydrogen for peak power generation. More information here.

Neoen Australia Hydrogen Superhub

Neoen is investigating the possibility of constructing a renewable hydrogen production facility at the Crystal Brook Energy Park. The proposed 50 megawatt (MW) Hydrogen Superhub would be the largest co-located wind, solar, battery and hydrogen production facility in the world, producing up to 25,000kg of hydrogen per day. More information here.

University of South Australia (UniSA) – Renewable Energy Testbed

UniSA’s energy storage testbed project at its Mawson Lakes campus in Adelaide’s northern suburbs will incorporate solar power, flow batteries, a hydrogen fuel cell stack and thermal energy storage. More information here.

Interactive Hydrogen Map

The interactive hydrogen map helps investors and project developers identify potentially suitable sites in South Australia to establish hydrogen infrastructure.

Click here to access other renewable energy resources, including maps of wind, solar, wave, bioenergy and energy infrastructure to guide investment.

The Department for Energy and Mining serves as the key contact for investors. For further information, contact hydrogen@sa.gov.au.

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