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Gascoyne Hydrogen Cluster


Gascoyne Technology & Innovation Cluster

The Gascoyne Region is positioned to become one of Australia’s largest producers of green hydrogen due to it’s high renewable energy capacity and comparative advantages.

For these reasons the Gascoyne Region has already attracted major project development.

Province is proud to be involved with the Gascoyne Technology and Innovation Cluster.


Our Focus

Connect people, industries and ideas, to promote technology development and innovation

Create and build local capacity and appetite for hydrogen technology

Drive innovation and economic development through community education, supporting collaboration and enhancing market opportunities

Drive cultural change by providing a forum to link business, government, and academia

Work collaboratively with other national and state clusters to position the Gascoyne as a leading producer of green hydrogen

Collaborative project opportunities

Identify and articulate Gascoyne supply chains to both domestic and international export markets

Map current projects and identify areas of competitive advantage

Identify technology and innovation opportunities, to drive market demand

Support business networks and build capability across the many facets of the hydrogen industry

There is currently unprecedented interest in green hydrogen around the world and the recognition of the role it can play in helping the globe meet the target of net zero emissions by 2050. The Gascoyne has the potential to be a significant global supplier of green hydrogen and through the establishment of the Gascoyne Technology and Innovation Cluster we will be working with key stakeholders in the region to progress this exciting opportunity.

Paul Dixon

President of the Carnarvon Chamber of Commerce on behalf of the Gascoyne Technology and Innovation Cluster

To find out more about how the Gascoyne can play a key role in enabling the hydrogen industry, please head over to their website at


green hydrogen company listed on the ASX.

600 kt

of Green Hydrogen to be produced annually

8 gw

of proposed renewable energy power supply