Australian firm plans AUD $425m waste-to-hydrogen facility

An Australian company has today (December 18) launched plans for a AUD $425m ($285.6m) large-scale waste-to-hydrogen progressing facility in South Australia.

Greenhill Energy has said it intends to build the country’s “first” fully integrated facility to convert landfill waste and sustainable biomass into fertilisers, synthetic fuels and low-cost clean hydrogen.

With hopes for the facility to divert up to 200,000 tonnes of waste from landfill within five years, CO2 produced from the process is planned to be used in the manufacture of over 100,000 tonnes of urea fertilisers.

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