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Green Hydrogen Projects in New South Wales

Australian energy infrastructure company Jemena and Spanish solar developer Solarig have joined forces to pioneer green hydrogen production and blending projects in New South Wales.

The collaboration, marked by a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), initiates a feasibility study to inject green hydrogen into Jemena’s gas distribution network, serving homes, businesses, and industrial clients. Initially targeting regional New South Wales, the partners aim to blend up to 35 terajoules of renewable hydrogen annually with gas, sourced from Solarig-developed projects.

This venture heralds one of Australia’s premier commercial renewable hydrogen blending initiatives, with plans for expansion pending favorable outcomes. Jemena’s managing director, David Gillespie, underscores the significance of such partnerships in advancing Australia’s transition to net zero emissions.

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