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Victorian Government investment in battery facility and regional hydrogen hub

Victorian Government‘s new $34.9 million plan will create a world-first battery facility and a regional hydrogen hub. The Projects include the Battery Technology Research and Innovation Hub 2.0 at Deakin University’s Burwood campus. It features a testing lab and pilot production line to research and manufacture advanced batteries using lithium and sodium.

Government funding will also help establish the nation’s first regional #hydrogen hub in Warrnambool, called Hycel Technology Hub which will develop and manufacture hydrogen fuel technology, with a focus on transport and heavy vehicles, storage and industry applications. As part of the project, Deakin aims to transition its Warrnambool campus from gas to hydrogen and will convert the Warrnambool Bus Lines fleet to clean energy.

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빅토리아 주정부는 3,490만 달러 가치의 프로젝트를 통해 세계 최초의 배터리 시설과 지역 수소허브를 만들 계획입니다. 본 프로젝트는 디킨대학의 배터리 기술 연구 및 혁신 허브를 포함하며 리튬과 나트륨을 사용하여 제조된 고급 배터리를 연구하고 제조하기 위한 테스트 실험실과 파일럿 생산 라인을 갖추고 있습니다.

정부자금은 또한 Hycel Technology Hub의 호주 최초의 지역 수소허브를 설립 하는데에 쓰여 질것입니다. 이 프로젝트의 일환으로 디킨대학은 Warrnambool 캠퍼스를 가스에서 수소로 전환하는 것을 목표로 하고 Warrnambool 버스를 청정에너지 차량을 전환 할 것입니다.

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