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Could South Australia Become The Base For An International Hydrogen Supply Chain

Japan’s biggest oil refiner Eneos and French renewables developer Neoen have announced they will undertake a joint study looking at the potential development of an international supply chain for an affordable and stable supply of green hydrogen produced from renewable energy in South Australia.

Eneos, which earlier this year announced it would develop a 204 MW solar farm in western Queensland in partnership with fellow Japanese company Sojitz, is now looking to expand its renewable energy reach into South Australia.

In a statement, Eneos said it is looking to develop a large-scale supply of cost-competitive hydrogen and is striving to establish an international supply chain.

Read the full article on PV Magazine. 

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