Western Australia pioneers solar-hydrogen microgrid in national first


An aerial shot of the DeGrussa project in Western Australia. Image: juwi.

The Western Australian government has released the results of a first-of-its-kind project, which combined hydrogen and solar to create a microgrid.

The project, which is now fully operational, includes a 704kW solar farm, a 348kW hydrogen electrolyser, and a 100kW fuel cell located in the seaside town of Denham. The state government provided A$5.7 million (US$3.84 million) towards the project.

(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech,By George Heynes)


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