Australia’s Port Anthony to produce hydrogen and ammonia under green energy hub plans

A landmark green energy hub is set to be developed in Victoria, Australia, as a result of a new partnership between Port Anthony Renewables and CAC-H2 that will both build and commission a waste woody biomass gasification system for green hydrogen and ammonia production.

Formalising a multi-million-dollar joint venture for the effort today (Oct 11), the duo said they hope to make Port Anthony Renewables one of the first in Australia to produce a commercial amount of green hydrogen, and at a competitive price.

The initial target for hydrogen production is three-tonnes-per-day, which will then be distributed domestically. Hydrogen production can later be upscaled. To do this, the duo have formed a new joint venture, titled Hydrogen Plus.

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