Kwinana Energy Transformation Hub

Unlocking the path to NET ZERO

Kwinana Energy Transformation Hub

Working towards a clean future


Future-proofing Australia’s Energy Exports Conference

Kwinana Energy Transformation Hub

The only cryogenic gas and green hydrogen testing facility in the southern hemisphere

Previously known as the LNG Futures Facility and a project of the Future Energy Exports CRC, the KETH will consist of:

  • A 2 MW PEM (polymer electrolyte membrane) hydrogen electrolyser producing up to 800 kg/day of hydrogen.
  • A fully instrumented 10 tonnes per day (tpd) small-scale LNG plant.
  • A broad range of testing facilities for third parties.


A small scale LNG and renewable hydrogen facility

A sustainable certification and testing facility

An accessible, industrial-scale facility for trialling and de-risking innovative technologies

A highly instrumented live-plant training environment

A collaboration platform

Working towards Net Zero production processes

Unlocking the path to net zero

To achieve a net-zero energy system requires new technologies, value chains and ways of working.


Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is natural gas that has been liquefied and supercooled, decreasing in volume by a factor of 600 to enable it to be transported around the world.


Hydrogen is a versatile low-carbon gas and can play a vital role delivering a reliable, resilient and sustainable clean energy future.

The Future

Our energy sector must develop, de-risk and decarbonise this decade for a successful energy transition.