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ARENA tips $100m into three hydrogen projects – The Australian Financial Review

The Morrison government is hoping the $100 million investment in three hydrogen projects will help kickstart the industry in Australia.



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Mr Taylor said Engies project ($42.5 million grant) will see renewable hydrogen used to produce ammonia for export in the Pilbara, while ATCO ($28.7 million grant) and AGNs projects ($28.7 million) will use renewable energy to produce hydrogen for gas blending into the existing natural gas pipelines.
Engie is French-owned, while ATCO is Canadian-based and AGN is a subsidiary of Hong Kong-listed giant Cheung Kong Group.
Mr Taylor said the natural gas network will be key to delivering hydrogen directly…

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