10GW hydrogen project plans unveiled for Australia

Aqua Aerem and Osaka Gas have joined forces to develop what they believe to be the world’s first project that will produce renewable hydrogen for domestic and export markets using only off-grid renewable energy and its own atmospheric water source.

Dubbed Desert Bloom Hydrogen, the $10.75bn 10GW site will be located in the North Territory, Australia, and, once at full scale, will produce ~410,000 metric tonnes of green hydrogen annually with the help of a series of modular 2MW hydrogen production units.

The development is set to majorly boost both Australia’s hydrogen ambitions, as well as the country’s economy – an aspect of the project that has been widely welcomed by Michael Gunner, Chief Minister of the Northern Territory.

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