Green Power – at the heart of the solution is water.

There is a long held view that North Queensland is in need of additional power generation with at least two hydro-power station proposals under consideration on the Burdekin River.

This study will address the status and possibility of these developments or others being integrated with the project.

The availability of water and an abundance of solar energy under this scheme presents opportunities for leading edge research and development into the production of stored Hydrogen (converted from water), for future power generation.

Business research and forecasting firm BIS Shrapnel has reported on biofuel production and biomass electricity generation projects west of Hughenden and a proposed solar biofuels project providing base load power and ethanol in the Pentland area, subject to development of the Hell’s Gate Dam on the Burdekin.

Solar connection

Solar connection

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