Sweetman Renewables aims to be one of the largest green hydrogen players

Sweetman Renewables has today (17th March) unveiled major plans to position itself as one of the largest true green hydrogen producers.

Confirming its ambitions, the Australian company said it will convert 50 tonnes of biomass residues a day to make its green hydrogen. The process will also produce biochar.

The effort will be carried out under its new hydrogen-focused division, Sweetman Hydrogen.

Under the Sweetman Hydrogen name, the company hopes to position itself at the forefront of the accelerating global shift to renewable energy, aligning itself with both the Australian and New South Wales Governments’ green hydrogen production initiatives.

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