1GW green hydrogen project plans revealed for Western Australia

Energy consultant Xodus has revealed it is designing a new export-scale green hydrogen project in Western Australia which will scale up to 1GW of electrolyser capacity.

Dubbed MercurHy, the project aims to supply green hydrogen whilst leveraging economies of scale. The company intends to scale up capacity over three phases: 150MW, 500MW, and 1GW, which it says will allow the market for green hydrogen to develop and later allow it to capitalise on future electrolyser price reductions.

H2 View understands Xodus has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the supply of hydrogen with pure-play silica sand firm, VRX-Silica for the manufacture of solar panels locally to supply national and international demand.

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