Australia: The Asian Renewable Energy Hub | Star of the South Offshore Wind Array
- Aug 6, 2022 7:14 am GMT
Yesterday the Australian Government announced the establishment of six new zones for offshore wind. In addition a number of hydrogen-related schemes, often involving the production of Ammonia are gaining traction.
I thought the community may welcome another chance to learn about such developments, especially at he oil major recently took a large stake in the featured Asian Renewable Energy Hub
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