The 10MW Hydrogen Park Murray Valley (HyP Murray Valley) project will be co-located with the West Wodonga Wastewater Treatment Plant and supply renewable hydrogen blended with natural gas to customers on the existing Albury-Wodonga gas distribution network, with the facility also able to supply industry and transport markets.
The HyP Murray Valley bid has been submitted alongside the Clean Energy Innovation Park (CEIP) project proposal, a joint venture between AGIG and international integrated energy group ATCO.
The CEIP will be located alongside renewable electricity generation assets in Waradarge, Western Australia. It comprises a 10MW electrolyser and is capable of producing 4.0 tonnes of renewable hydrogen per day for use in gas networks, industry and transport.
These projects add to AGIG’s current hydrogen developments in Hydrogen Park South Australia and Hydrogen Park Gladstone in Queensland and demonstrates AGIG’s commitment to target 10 per cent renewable gas in networks by no later than 2030.
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