Western Australia project could produce 60,000 tonnes of green hydrogen

Around 60,000 tonnes of green hydrogen could be produced in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia as part of a new project unveiled this week.

Dubbed the HyEnergy Project, it was revealed by exploration firm Province Resources as part of an acquisition and proposes to generate 1GW of renewable energy to produce the green hydrogen, or approximately 300,000 tonnes of green ammonia.

Province Resources said it plans to acquire seven exploration licence applications in the Gascoyne region from Ozexco.

Chairman David Frances, who will assume the role of Managing Director, said, “This is the other side of the decarbonisation coin – while some environmentally conscious cmpanies are addressing the electrification of transport and storage of renewable energy, Province is aiming to address the decarbonisation of heavy transport and industry through the production of zero carbon hydrogen products.”

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