Local businesses will be used to help build a hydrogen supply chain in Queensland.
Hydrogen talents and enterprises are both sought by the current government in an effort to build a renewable fuel supply chain. The collaboration between CS Energy, a publicly owned power provider, and the Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise has unveiled a possible partnership in the hydrogen business, increasing local participation.
A new online supplier portal is being planned to allow customers to visualize the value chain in the hydrogen supply chain. In collaboration with IHI Corporation Japan, CS Energy will conduct a collaborative feasibility study for a renewable hydrogen demonstration facility located next to Kogan Creek Power Station in Chinchilla, Queensland, Australia.
A useful online tool will help local businesses become more skilled and draw in new companies, while also giving them a window into their supply chain’s capabilities. Hydrogen offers a once-in-a-generation potential to create new jobs and cut carbon emissions in Queensland. Hydrogen is an important component of the state government’s recovery plan in the wake of the global pandemic due to the coronavirus outbreak.