MHI and South Australia to develop local hydrogen industry

MHI and South Australia to develop local hydrogen industry

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) signed a Statement of Cooperation with the State Government of South Australia to accelerate the development of the local hydrogen industry.

The collaboration will spur the development of hydrogen-related technologies and create new industrial opportunities, driving forward South Australia’s decarbonization programs.

By proposing diverse solutions incorporating its Groupwide products, technologies and services, MHI looks to collaborate with South Australia in the state’s transition to clean energy and the development of a hydrogen economy.

MHI will propose solutions in the following areas: growing a globally competitive hydrogen export sector through the development of a hydrogen export strategy and strategic partnerships; fostering advances in new technologies and new industrial opportunities through research partnerships; projects that accelerate the development of large-scale industrial decarbonization programs; and developing near-term Australian domestic markets through the establishment of a hydrogen ecosystem.

MHI Group, by contributing to developing a hydrogen value chain and accelerating industrial decarbonization in South Australia, looks to assist in driving the state’s economic development and realizing a sustainable society.

Premier Malinauskas MP said, “This Statement of Cooperation is a commitment from the State Government and industry partners to work together to accelerate the development of South Australia’s hydrogen economy. South Australia is open for business and we are ambitious about hydrogen.”

Zohaib Ali

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