Fortescue begins construction of a 2GW electrolyser facility in Australia to boost hydrogen production

Fortescue has started construction of a green energy manufacturing centre (GEM) in Queensland, Australia, with the multi-gigawatt-scale electrolyser capacity for hydrogen production.

Set to be based in Gladstone, the multi-gigawatt-scale electrolyser factory will have an initial capacity of 2GW per annum, roughly 200,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year, and be developed with an initial investment of $83m.

FFI said the project will see construction of what it believes to be the world’s largest electrolyser and will see a total investment of $650m.

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