South Australia Govt calls for designs of new hydrogen facility


In the journey towards delivering its Hydrogen Jobs Plan, South Australia’s Malinauskas Labor Government is calling for designs and delivery concepts for the construction of its new hydrogen facility in Whyalla.

Speaking today at the Australian Hydrogen Conference in Adelaide, the region’s Premier Peter Malinauskas stated that design and implementation of the facility will rely on a ‘collaborative, multi-disciplinary effort’ by project partners and stakeholders. 

To license and regulate the production of both green and blue hydrogen in South Australia the Premiere intends to deliver a new Act, similar to the existing Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000. 

The announcement marks the latest stage of the region’s drive towards renewable energy, an effort that has been underpinned by the scaling up of its renewable energy production. 

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