IBE, Port Anthony Renewables unveil plans to make Victoria a hydrogen powerhouse

A new joint venture partnership between Infinite Blue Energy (IBE) and Port Anthony Renewables will develop and construct Australia’s first independently owned commercial large-scale hydrogen production facility on the country’s East Coast.

Set to be located in Port Anthony in Victoria, the new joint venture, Arrowsmith Southeast, will take forward and develop the project.

“Our vision is to establish IBE as a leader in the green hydrogen sector and elevate Australia on the global stage by demonstrating the country has the technology, skills and entrepreneurial mindset to be ahead of the pack in the development of green hydrogen projects,” IBE’s Managing Director Stephen Gauld said.

“We are establishing projects and partnerships and are extraordinarily pleased to announce this joint venture with Port Anthony Renewables. In addition to focusing on the export markets we believe that the initial offtakes will focus on facilitating the decarbonisation of the road and freight networks.”

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