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Fortescue signs option agreement with TasPorts on 250MW green hydrogen plant

Fortescue signs option agreement with TasPorts on 250MW green hydrogen plant

Fortescue Future Industries has signed an option agreement with Tasmanian Ports Corporation (TasPorts) to exclusively negotiate all land and operating access requirements for the proposed 250MW green hydrogen plant in Bell Bay.

Powered entirely by Tasmanian renewable energy, Fortescue claims the project has the capacity to be one of the world’s largest green hydrogen plants and will be part of the Tasmanian Government’s Renewable Hydrogen Industry Development Funding program.

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