Infinite Blue Energy, Western Power partner on Australia’s largest green hydrogen plant

Infinite Blue Energy’s (IBE) landmark A$350m green hydrogen project moved forward today with the announcement the green hydrogen specialist has partnered with Western Power for the 330 kilovolt (KV) power line.

The Australian company today said it has signed a cooperative agreement with Western Australian government statutory corporation Western Power to progress its Arrowsmith Hydrogen Project.

Located north of Perth, Australia, the Arrowsmith Hydrogen Project will produce 25 tonnes of green hydrogen per day, once completed, with the ability to be expanded to a global scale plant supporting the export of liquid hydrogen to the Asia-Pacific region.

IBE and Western Power will complete initial studies for the new and improved 330KV power line from Eneabba to Arrowsmith, which is part of IBE’s concerted push towards creating a regional path for supporting local jobs and industries.

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