Agreement signed to study feasibility of 10MW green hydrogen plant in Indonesia

ReNu Energy and its subsidiary, Countrywide Hydrogen has today (November 17), revealed they have signed an agreement with Anantara Energy Holdings for the development of a green hydrogen production facility in Indonesia.

Under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Anantara and Countrywide will jointly study the development of the facility using solar power in the Karimun Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the Riau Archipelago.

According to the companies, the planned concept and feasibility study will cover an initial 10MW electrolyser, producing around 1,650 tonnes of hydrogen annually, which is expected to be used to meet local demand before looking to export to other countries in Asia and potentially Europe.

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