Hydrogen Park South Australia

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Hydrogen Park SA

Delivering today for a better future

Through AGIG’s leadership, Australia’s gas sector is on a pathway to a cleaner energy future. Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA) is Australia's largest renewable gas project, and our pioneer project to realising a low carbon future.

About Hydrogen Park South Australia
Located at the Tonsley Innovation District, HyP SA is an innovative energy project that will produce renewable hydrogen gas.

Supported by the South Australian Government with grant funding of $4.9 million, HyP SA is aligned with the State's vision to leverage its wind, sun, land, infrastructure and skills to be a world-class renewable hydrogen supplier and to reach net zero emissions by 2050. From 2020, HyP SA will produce renewable hydrogen using water and renewable electricity through a process known as electrolysis.

The hydrogen will be blended with natural gas and supplied to nearby homes via the existing gas network. We are also supplying to industry via tube trailers (long storage tubes on the back of semi-trailers), and aim to supply the transport sector in the future.

A 5% hydrogen blend is the first step to lowering greenhouse gas emissions. We are currently extending our hydrogen footprint with projects considering up to 10% hydrogen blend before 100% conversion, such as the Australian Hydrogen Centre and Hydrogen Park Gladstone.

After being launched to the community in mid-2019, Development Approval was achieved in September 2019, with the ground being broken by the Premier of South Australia the Hon. Steven Marshall MP on site in December 2019. First production at site was achieved in late 2020, with supply of blended gas via the networks expected in the first quarter of 2021. Once operational, HyP SA is expected to operate for at least five years
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Delivering today for a better future

Through AGIG’s leadership, Australia’s gas sector is on a pathway to a cleaner energy future. Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA) is Australia's largest renewable gas project, and our pioneer project to realising a low carbon future.

About Hydrogen Park South Australia
Located at the Tonsley Innovation District, HyP SA is an innovative energy project that will produce renewable hydrogen gas.

Supported by the South Australian Government with grant funding of $4.9 million, HyP SA is aligned with the State's vision to leverage its wind, sun, land, infrastructure and skills to be a world-class renewable hydrogen supplier and to reach net zero emissions by 2050. From 2020, HyP SA will produce renewable hydrogen using water and renewable electricity through a process known as electrolysis.

The hydrogen will be blended with natural gas and supplied to nearby homes via the existing gas network. We are also supplying to industry via tube trailers (long storage tubes on the back of semi-trailers), and aim to supply the transport sector in the future.

A 5% hydrogen blend is the first step to lowering greenhouse gas emissions. We are currently extending our hydrogen footprint with projects considering up to 10% hydrogen blend before 100% conversion, such as the Australian Hydrogen Centre and Hydrogen Park Gladstone.

After being launched to the community in mid-2019, Development Approval was achieved in September 2019, with the ground being broken by the Premier of South Australia the Hon. Steven Marshall MP on site in December 2019. First production at site was achieved in late 2020, with supply of blended gas via the networks expected in the first quarter of 2021. Once operational, HyP SA is expected to operate for at least five years
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    We are pleased you can join us for the Official Opening of Hydrogen Park South Australia.


    Date: Wednesday, 19 May 2021

    Time: 10.45am for 11am start - 1pm finish 

    Venue: Valiant Road, Tonsley Innovation District, Tonsley, SA

    Within two days of receiving your RSVP, you will receive confirmation by a separate meeting request. This will include directions to the event together with information regarding parking. 

    For any further information please contact kristin.raman@agig.com.au.

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