Renewable Hydrogen Transport Hub in the City of Mandurah

March 12th, 2022

Renewable Hydrogen Transport Hub in the City of Mandurah

A feasibility study investigated the potential for hydrogen-based transport applications in the city of Mandurah and the wider region.

Main proponents:

Hazer Group Limited

Main end-use classification:

Hydrogen mobility

Status:

Study completed

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Location:

Western Australia, Australia

Announced funding:

AUD$250,000 – Western Australian Government Renewable Hydrogen Fund (feasibility study)

Project description

The project proponent has undertaken a feasibility study to identify and aggregate the customer base for hydrogen-based transport applications in the city of Mandurah (around 75 kilometres south of Perth) and the wider region, and to match this with implementable infrastructure and hydrogen supply options.

The feasibility study is finalised and was undertaken by Aurecon and a study group comprising Hazer, Hyzon Motors Australia and Macquarie Group.

Milestones

January 2020: The feasibility study for this project is one of seven feasibility studies to which funds were allocated by the Western Australian government under its Renewable Hydrogen Fund.

 

Updated: March 2022