ATCO Clean Energy Innovation Hub Hydrogen Project 2, Australia
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ATCO Clean Energy Innovation Hub Hydrogen Project 2, Australia

By Carmen 06 Sep 2021 (Last Updated September 9th, 2021 07:29)

The ATCO Clean Energy Innovation Hub Hydrogen Project 2 is a 10,000kW energy storage project located in Jandakot, Western Australia, Australia.

The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses hydrogen energy storage as its storage technology. The project will be commissioned in 2022.


The ATCO Clean Energy Innovation Hub Hydrogen Project 2 is being developed by ATCO Australia Pty.

The key applications of the project are h2 power, h2 grid and h2 domestic heat.

Contractors involved

ATCO Australia Pty is the developer of ATCO Clean Energy Innovation Hub Hydrogen Project 2.

Additional information

ATCO has been awarded $375,000 from the Western Australian Renewable Hydrogen Fund to conduct a feasibility study into the development of a commercial scale hydrogen production plant, which we have named the Clean Energy Innovation Park (CEIP). The CEIP is intended to establish Australia’s first commercialised green hydrogen energy ecosystem, including a 10 MW electrolyser and plant capable of producing up to 4.6 tonnes of hydrogen per day, along with up to three hydrogen refuelling stations.


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