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Verdant seeks green hydrogen hub for Australasian trade

Verdant seeks green hydrogen hub for Australasian trade

Verdant Earth Technologies is looking to advance a potential strategic alliance in order to create a green hydrogen port and export facilities in Darwin, Australia.

The renewable energy asset and technology developer has said today (May 17) that it will seek to establish a hydrogen production facility using sustainable power, such as wind and solar, to produce green power and hydrogen for the domestic market and export to Asia.

To execute this, Verdant will explore a potential partnership with Darwin Port Operations as the company seeks to become one of Australia’s largest hydrogen producers and exporters.

Hydrogen production could start in late 2022 or early 2023 at an initial rate of 6 tonnes per day followed by a significant scale up in 2024.

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