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Australia’s first fully renewable ‘hydrogen valley’ slated for NSW coal heartland – The Guardian

Consortium plans to produce green hydrogen with wind and solar energy as a potential replacement for Hunter Valley’s coal industry

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Australias first hydrogen valley would be created in New South Wales and run entirely on renewable energy under a $2bn proposal supported by local and global energy companies.
Led by renewables advisory business Energy Estate, the consortium says it plans to produce green hydrogen with wind and solar energy and use it as a feedstock for mining, transport and industrial users in the upper Hunter Valley, spruiking it as a potential replacement for the regions coal industry.
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