Portland to become renewables hub


A new feasibility study could see Portland in Victoria become Australia’s first renewable marine fuel hub

The government of Victoria, Australia is backing a new study that could see Portland become home to one of the country’s first green marine fuel production hubs.

Minister for Regional Development Harriet Shing announced the study for a renewable fuel manufacturing hub in the portside city, with A$500,000 invested through the Labor Government’s Portland Diversification Fund.

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