Infinite Green Energy completes FEED study of four tonne per day hydrogen plant

Infinite Green Energy has announced the front-end engineering and design (FEED) study of its MEG HP1 hydrogen project has been completed.

The project, located in Northam, east of Perth, Australia, expects to produce four tonnes a day of green hydrogen for the medium and heavy transport industries from Q1 2025. The company is targeting a final investment decision (FID) later this year.

Last week, Infinite Green and partner Samsung C&T Engineering and Construction Group welcomed Doral Energy Group into the development and construction for MEG HP1.

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