The state is developing from a gas exporter to produce a range of energy commodities and technological innovations, with energy exports to potentially hit $50 billion in a decade.
This edition highlights how Western Australia is powering the world into the future, with gas, lithium, hydrogen, and advancements in use of small power networks all part of the state’s strengths.
Communities such as Bridgetown and Kwinana stand to benefit from the global move towards batteries for storing energy and powering vehicles, while there’s research under way to advance WA’s capability to move downstream along the value chain. We’ve also explored some of the developments in hydrogen.
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