Unseen green hydrogen volumes set to be produced at proposed Texas Gulf Coast project

In the latest move to develop the state of Texas into a leading player in the world of hydrogen, plans have today (Feb 22) been unveiled for a gigawatt-scale green fuels hub – and it could produce green hydrogen in volumes not yet seen in the US.

Set to feature green hydrogen production, storage, transportation and export capabilities, the proposed project, set be located at the Port of Corpus Christi on the Texas Gulf Coast, will really set the scene for what can be achieved both within the state and the wider US when it comes to hydrogen.

Apex Clean Energy is behind the ambitious plans, having inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Port of Corpus Christi Authority and EPIC Midstream to explore the feasibility of the major development that could produce green hydrogen and other green fuels at record breaking levels in the US, with additional scale-up capabilities.

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