Trinidad and Tobago can leverage on its petrochemicals, natural gas and offshore wind to develop a green hydrogen economy and produce as much as 4 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) by 2065, according to a new Inter-American Development Bank and National Energy Corporation report.
As leading exporters of ammonia and methanol, the dual-island Caribbean nation believes it has a head start over many countries which would need to build infrastructure from scratch.
Presenting three horizons under a green hydrogen roadmap, the first period (2022-2028) would place emphasis on planning, building policies and a regulatory framework, and testing demonstration projects.
The second would initiate utility scale renewable energy and green hydrogen production, with 25GW of offshore wind providing 10.5GW output to feed electrolysers, creating 1.5 Mtpa of green hydrogen.
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