400MW hydrogen plant proposed for Pakistan

Pakistan could soon be home to a 400MW hydrogen plant, with a planned hydrogen production of 150,000kg per day, as part of a new co-operation agreement between Oracle Power and PowerChina International Group.

Marking a major milestone for Pakistan’s hydrogen economy, the plant, set to be located in Jhimpir, Gharo or Keti Bandar, hopes to provide a competitive fuel source for multiple sectors, including steel and fertiliser production, cars, long-range shipping, aviation and more.

Supporting the proposed plans, the Government of Pakistan is already revieing proposals from international investors and has set up a dedicated team to review options and strategy. PowerChina is expected to receive further bilateral support from the Chinese Government.

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