Australia-Japan hydrogen project eyes full operations by next decade

The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) project between Australia and Japan aims to begin commercial operations over the next decade.

The project remains committed to delivering hydrogen from coal as the primary input, amid a slew of ongoing projects in Australia exploring the fuel’s production from alternative feedstock.  Further, the HESC project aims to safely and efficiently produce and transport hydrogen from Victoria’s Latrobe Valley to Japan, where hydrogen will be transported from a liquefaction and loading terminal at the Port of Hastings, Victoria to Kobe terminal in Japan.

 

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