Dominica to explore the Caribbean’s ‘first’ industrial-scale geothermal green hydrogen production

The Caribbean’s “first” industrial-scale green hydrogen geothermal project is set to get underway following a new agreement.

The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica signed a framework agreement with the Dominica Geothermal Development Company (DGDC) and Kenesjay Green Dominica Limited (KGDL), harness the country’s geothermal resources for green hydrogen production.

It is hoped green hydrogen and green electricity produced could be used for both export and local consumption.

With less than 300sq. miles of land, the Caribbean Island has potential to develop over 1GW of geothermal capacity, while the government has been exploring a green hydrogen industrial development plan.

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