Eyre Peninsula Gateway green hydrogen and ammonia project receives boost from new deal
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Eyre Peninsula Gateway green hydrogen and ammonia project receives boost from new deal

The Hydrogen Utility’s (H2U’s) Eyre Peninsula Gateway™ green hydrogen and ammonia project is set to benefit from a new agreement inked between the Australian firm and Casale.

Today (Nov 2), the duo announced a new partnership which will see the development of and engineering package, as well and the supply and construction of proprietary equipment, to kickstart green ammonia production at the site.

Such effort is believed to be the first of a series of green ammonia facilities that are set to be strategically developed by the partnership in Australia, as they look to boost both the clean energies market.

Federico Zardi, CEO of Casale, said, “The signing of this framework agreement lays the foundations for the development of various green ammonia projects that are integrated into the development strategy of Casale for the next years.”

As well as working as a duo, the partnership will also look to collaborate with other partners, such a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, to finalise certain aspects of the development.

Dr Attilio Pigneri, founder and CEO of H2U, added, “With their experience in the chemical plant engineering and construction, Casalee is able to offer various integrated solutions for the production of sustainable ammonia, methanol and other derivates by reducing or even eliminating emissions.

“Today marks an important milestone for our project as well as for an entire industry, as the Ere Peninsula Gateway™ is the first green hydrogen and ammonia project of this scale globally to have transitioned into the implementation stages.”

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