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Port Kembla to play a big part in a hydrogen future, says city council | Illawarra Mercury

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Port Kembla is an “ideal location” for hydrogen production, according to a Wollongong City Council submission to a NSW parliamentary panel. The Standing Committee on State Development is holding an inquiry into the establishment of a hydrogen industry in NSW. Read more: Red-bellied black snakes spotted in Figtree A council submission looked to put forward Port Kembla as a location for large-scale hydrogen production. The submission pointed out the port’s advantages, including access to renewable energy and recycled water as well as its proximity to the industrial sector and road and rail networks. “Wollongong is envisaged to play a key role in Australia’s…



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