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CopperString 2.0 critical for Townsville’s green hydrogen potential

CopperString 2.0, the proposed high voltage network extending the national grid from Townsville to the North West Minerals Province, will be essential to power North Queensland’s enormous green hydrogen potential.

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Spotlight on CopperString 2.0 as lights go out in north-west Queensland

A widespread electricity outage in Queensland’s north-west today caused by a power station failure confirms just how critical CopperString 2.0 is to the region’s energy security.

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Landmark CopperString deal positions NQ industry to take on the world.

The Queensland Government, CuString Pty Ltd and Korea Zinc Company Ltd have signed an innovative $17 million financing agreement that will ensure the CopperString 2.0 project continues towards a Final Investment Decision (FID) in mid-2021.

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CopperString supercharged with $11M Grant from the Prime Minister.

The transformative CopperString 2.0 transmission line has received a massive boost with Prime Minister Scott Morrison visiting the North West Minerals Province in Queensland to announce that the Australian Government’s 2020/21 budget commitment will see the Commonwealth is providing an additional $11 million to help progress the project to its final investment decision in 2021.

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CopperString 2.0 project set to power thousands of jobs in Townsville and the NWMP.

The Palaszczuk Government has entered into an agreement to support the next phase for the proposed CopperString 2.0 high voltage 1100 km transmission line to the North West Minerals province that will support over 750 FTE jobs during construction.

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Massive $139 billion economic boost by unlocking NWMP potential.

Re-powering the Townsville & North West Minerals Province Industrial Economy” will be released on Wednesday with findings that include Queensland’s aggregate Gross State Product will increase by a massive $139 billion over 30 years, and an additional 3,560 Full Time Equivalent Jobs will be sustained in North and North-West Queensland out to 2050.

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