Jemena commences hydrogen project – The Australian Pipeliner

Jemena has announced it has officially commenced construction of its Western Sydney Green Gas Project.

The $15 million trial project will use solar and wind energy to generate green hydrogen that will then be injected and stored in Jemena’s New South Wales gas network.

The company announced its project team has now mobilised onsite with construction partner Wasco Energy, with land having been cleared, pipelines laid and works now underway to assemble key technology packages, including the project’s 500 kW electrolyser.

Once online, excess hydrogen produced at the project will be made available to the hydrogen vehicle industry, while Jemena will also use the evaluate the storage capabilities of its gas network.

For more information visit the Jemena website.

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