CS Energy and Senex Energy formalise JV partnership to develop Australia hydrogen demonstration plant

CS Energy and Senex Energy have formalised their joint venture partnership to develop the Kogan Renewable Hydrogen Demonstration Plant near Chinchilla in Queensland, Australia.

CEOs Andrew Bills – set to take up a new CEO position at SA Power Networks – and Ian Davies met in CS Energy’s Brisbane office recently to mark the milestone. Under the JV, CS Energy will operate and hold 75% equity in the plant, while Senex Energy will hold 25%.

The Kogan Renewable Hydrogen Demonstration Plant is a green hydrogen production facility that will be built next to CS Energy’s Kogan Creek Power Station. The project will include the co-location of a solar farm, battery, hydrogen electrolyser, hydrogen fuel cell, hydrogen storage and out loading facility.

In a statement, both companies recognise the enormous potential of renewable hydrogen to contribute to a low-carbon future in Australia.

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