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© Fortescue Future Industries

Fortescue Future Industries to develop a 30,000 per annum green hydrogen production project in Australia

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has signed a new agreement with AGL Energy that aims to repurpose coal-fired stations for a 30,000 tonne per year green hydrogen production project in Australia.

Unveiled today (Dec 8), FFI and AGL will now conduct a feasibility study for this exact purpose with coal plants situated at Hunter Valley’s Liddell and Bayswater, Australia, expected to be repurposed.

Pending the feasibility study’s outcomes, initial renewable electricity production through new wind and solar could be 250MW, generating 30,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year – enough for a hydrogen fuelled truck to drive to the moon and back five times.

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