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Progress at Western Australia’s ‘first’ commercial-scale green hydrogen plant
© Infinite Green Energy
Progress at Western Australia’s ‘first’ commercial-scale green hydrogen plant
© Infinite Green Energy

Progress at Western Australia’s ‘first’ commercial-scale green hydrogen plant

Progress at Western Australia’s ‘first’ commercial-scale renewable hydrogen plant, equipped with a refuelling station has been announced today (August 10).

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) revealed its MEG HP1 project has secured all remaining land for the project, opening the option to double product to eight tonnes of hydrogen per day, as well as unveiling plans of establishing a refuelling station.

Planned to be built on the existing 11MW Northam Solar Farm, the IGE development is expected to initially produce up to four tonnes of renewable hydrogen per day for transport use from early 2024.

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