Justin Nash, Senior Manager, Integrated Solutions, bp Australia, said bp believes Western Australia is ideally positioned for green hydrogen production.
“The mid-west region’s natural advantages are no secret, and as we look to tackle what bp refers to as the energy trilemma – providing more secure, affordable and lower carbon energy – places like the Mid-West and Gascoyne stand out. “
The State Government's Industrial Lands Panel announced the land allocation for the Oakajee Strategic Industrial Area (SIA) today. The site has the potential to serve as a base for the production of green hydrogen and green ammonia.
“We look forward to working with our potential industrial neighbours, and the broader community, to help underpin a new hub of clean energy initiatives, and help create new opportunities for the region,” said Mr Nash.
In 2021, the State Government committed $47.5 million to the activation of the Oakajee SIA, and it has been progressing road infrastructure as a first step in developing the area as a globally competitive precinct.
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