Australian hydrogen infrastructure developer and renewable energy integrator the Hydrogen Utility (H2U) will develop a green hydrogen and ammonia supply chain demonstrator in South Australia.
With support under the South Australian Government’s Renewable Technology Fund (RTF), H2U said it expects construction of the distributed electrolysis and ammonia production facility at Port Lincoln to begin early next year.
The new facility is being built as part of an agreement announced today (11th July) with Australian iron ore exploration and mining company Iron Road.
The two companies are working together to develop a green manufacturing precinct at Iron Road’s proposed Cape Hardy port (pictured below).
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