expanding water infrastructure for food and renewable energy in Australia

Australia is ideally located to serve the projected rapid expansion of Asian economies. With a land mass roughly equivalent in size to North America we have vast tracts of arable land that can meet the food security renewable energy and fuelneeds of expanding Asian populations.

Our interest is to use low emissions energy technologies to move a small fraction of ample northern monsoonal surface water going to sea , to the more temperate southern regions of the country to expand agriculture to meet projected global food security needs. We consider there could be future opportunity to electrolyse a small percentage of this water to hydrogen which can progressively be used to economically provide no-carbon power to inland water transfer canals, regional power stations and eventually export of power to Asian eneighbours.

We are interested in technology providers and investors to participate in meeting our goals      

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