CIC plans to develop 20GW worth of green hydrogen projects in Australia

Climate Impact Corporation (CIC) plans to develop two 10GW green hydrogen projects in Australia that will use atmospheric water, in partnership with GE Vernova.

Two modular hydrogen production units are expected to be deployed in South Australia and the Northern Territory, capable of operating entirely off-grid, utilising solar panels, atmospheric water generators, electrolysers and other supporting infrastructure.

By using atmospheric water, the self-contained modules can produce hydrogen anywhere where solar radiation is abundant, such as in Central Australia. CIC anticipates the first test modules to be producing hydrogen in South Australia or the Northern Territory by the end of the year.

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