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2.8GW green hydrogen project unveiled for the Tiwi Islands, Australia

2.8GW green hydrogen project unveiled for the Tiwi Islands, Australia

Plans have been unveiled for a 2.8GW green hydrogen plant and export project on the Tiwi Islands, Australia, as the region looks to serve the wider Asia-Pacific region.

Global Energy Ventures (GEV) is behind the effort, having today (Oct 27) confirmed plans for the 100,000-tonnes-per-year project that will utilise the Islands’ renewable energy to produce its hydrogen.

Once produced, GEV’s 430-tonne compressed hydrogen ships will then transport the hydrogen to other markets that need the fuel.

Martin Carolan, CEO and Managing Director of GEV, said, “The strategic rationale for GEV to develop a landmark upstream renewable energy for green hydrogen production project is to demonstrate a simplicity and efficiency of using compression for a pipe-to-pipe green hydrogen supply chain and to provide greater certainty in the commercialisation of our shipping solution.

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