200,000 tonnes of green hydrogen could be produced annually in Oakajee, Australia as part of $9bn plans for a major plant in the area.
Such ambitions have been unveiled by renewable energy expert Sun Brilliance, which hopes to run what it says will be the world’s largest green hydrogen plant.
With project plans already underway, Sun Brilliance today (18th March) confirmed that TSK Grupo has been chosen for the design, lead EPC and O&M of the project.
Siemens, EPC Solar, Boya Energy, and Monford Group are also supporting Sun Brilliance.
Together the group hopes to produce reasonably cheap hydrogen by constructing 5GW solar and wind projects to energise 1,500MW electrolysers.
Once the hydrogen is produced, Sun Brilliance hopes to use the clean fuel for blending with natural gas, industrial use and transportation.
The group also hopes to export the hydrogen overseas.
“Although, there are other H2 projects announced in Australia, the project is in an advance stage as our project designed is underway and we have already selected plant and equipment as well as an experienced Spanish EPC Firm,” said Dr Dilawar Singh, Founder and Chairman of Sun Brilliance Group.