China’s CGN and Quinto Energy plan 14GW Brazilian renewables project for green hydrogen

China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) has signed an agreement with Quinto Energy to develop a 14GW renewables project in Brazil for the production of green hydrogen.

Under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), CGN Brazil Energy and Quinto Energy aim to implement a “mega complex of wind and solar energy” in the Brazilian state of Bahia, signalling CGN’s expansion in the South American country.

The companies have not said how much of the 14GW of renewables capacity will be dedicated for hydrogen production. H2 View has reached out for clarification.

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