Tech to help Qld black coal produce hydrogen for world market

USING Queensland black coal as the fuel, Allam-Fetvedt plants could produce clean hydrogen at or below the government’s targeted $2 per kilogram for domestic consumption and global export, and clean electricity to balance and firm renewable generation domestically.

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Queensland black coal could be used to produce clean hydrogen

A feasibility study commissioned by Low Emission Technology Australia reveals using this technology Australia could increase annual export revenues with a potential value of $35 billion.