Pushing on with its major project that could produce approximately 60,000 tonnes of green hydrogen, exploration firm Province Resources has secured a Fulcrum3D sonic detection and ranging (SODAR) weather monitor station.
With the monitor set to be installed within the next four weeks, it will allow Province Resources to track wind and solar data every ten minutes within the project area.
Data collected by the monitor will enable the proposed wind turbines and solar array network to be optimised, prior to the final project scope and scale decision plant.
Commenting on the latest development, David Frances, Managing Director at Province Resources, said, “It is great to be able to hit the ground running on the exciting HyEnergy green hydrogen project.”
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