Oracle Power completes feasibility study for 400MW Pakistan green hydrogen project

Oracle Power has today (September 12) announced the completion of its technical and commercial feasibility study for its 400MW green hydrogen and ammonia project in Pakistan.

The project plans to produce 55,000 tonnes of green hydrogen annually. Located in the wind corridor in the province of Singh in Pakistan’s south, Oracle expects to deploy 700MW of solar and 500MW of wind to power electrolysis.

Carried out by Germany’s thyssenkrupp Uhde, the study determined the required power input for the production of 140 tonnes of green hydrogen per day is approximately 360MW of electrolyser capacity.

... to continue reading you must be subscribed

Subscribe Today

Paywall Asset Header Graphic

To gain access to this article and all our other content, you will need to subscribe to H2 View.

From the latest print editions, to 24/7 online access to exclusive interviews, authoritative columnists and the H2 View news archive, a subscription is the best way for you to stay up to date with developments in the hydrogen community.

Please wait...