South Australia will install an electrolyser over the next year, with the infrastructure being fed into a trial that seeks to use hydrogen as an efficiency additive to gas. The trial, supported by Federal Government funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, will turn water from a compound molecule into separate hydrogen and oxygen particles. Hydrogen is an excellent carrier of energy, increases storage capacity, and has no emissions as it residually reverts to water vapour.
Today it was also announced that South Australia will develop a solar thermal plant at Port Augusta to limit intermittent electricity due periods of peak demand.
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