Australian powerhouses in the running for ‘world’s largest’ green hydrogen project in New Zealand

Two Australian hydrogen powerhouses have entered final negotiations to become the lead developer of the ‘world’s largest’ green hydrogen plant in Southland, New Zealand.

Southern Green Hydrogen, a joint venture between Contact Energy and Meridian Energy, revealed today (June 20), Woodside Energy and Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) are set to provide detailed proposals to decide the selection of lead developer for the Southern Green Hydrogen project.

Woodside and FFI were selected from four companies that were initially invited to submit proposals, H2 View understands. Southern Green Hydrogen have said the detailed proposals are due to be received by the end of August 2022, with a decision announced soon after.

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