Gladstone, Australia, is one step closer to acquiring a significant green hydrogen and green ammonia hub within the state bolstering the H2-Hub Gladstone project’s prospects.
The Gladstone project has a planned capacity of up to 3GW in electrolysis which can also be turned into around 5,000 tonnes of green ammonia per day. This facility will utilise 100% renewable energy from newly built solar and wind farms.
Involved within this project is both The Hydrogen Utility (H2U) and mining and infrastructure developer Orica.
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