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Green hydrogen will triple South Australia wind and solar output by 2030

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The output from South Australia’s growing portfolio of wind and solar farms is expected to at least triple over the coming eight years under a newly modelled “green hydrogen” scenario, but could remain static in other scenarios.

The new modelling from the Australian Energy Market Operator highlights the importance to the state’s renewable energy industry of both the proposed new interconnector to NSW, and the state government’s “hydrogen action plan”, which involves the creation of three green hydrogen hubs.

South Australia currently leads the world with around 60 per cent of its local demand coming from wind and solar, a level unmatched for a grid of its size, and considered remarkable because of its dependence on a…



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