Earlier this month Jemena’s Western Sydney Green Gas Project began site acceptance testing producing renewable gas in a major milestone for Australian Green Hydrogen. The demonstration project is a “power to gas” operation which utilises renewable electricity from wind and solar to generate green hydrogen gas for blending into the natural gas network. At full capacity the Western Sydney Green Gas Project will produce enough energy to supply around 250 homes.
Energys Australia is proud to be part of the consortium selected to deliver Toyota’s hydrogen production and refuelling facility at their Hydrogen Centre of Excellence. The facility, located at former manufacturing site at Altona in Melbourne’s west, is Victoria’s first commercial-grade permanent hydrogen production, storage and refuelling facility. The $7.37 million facility was built with a $3.04 million investment from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has released a feasibility study evaluating the construction of a renewable hydrogen facility (RHF) for production of green hydrogen for the Dyno Nobel Moranbah (DNM) ammonium nitrate production facility in Moranbah, Queensland. The report was commissioned by Dyno Nobel and undertaken by Energys (formerly ANT Energy Solutions) in 2019 and 2020. The report was co-funded by ARENA and Dyno Nobel.