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Woodside plans to invest $1 billion in green hydrogen and ammonia in Australia

Woodside Plan for H2Perth

A plant for the production of green hydrogen and ammonia is to be built on an area of ​​130 hectares south of Perth. (Image: Woodside)

Under the scheme, the project will be constructed on about 130 hectares of unused industrial land. The H2Perth project has the following goals:
– Production of low cost, low carbon, hydrogen based energy for customers;
– Expansion of power generation from renewable sources encouraging and enabling energy in Western Australia and
To support the priorities of the State Government to create a strategic industry and local manufacturing.

H2Perth is an incremental development that, at full potential, could be one of the largest facilities of its kind in the world. It will produce 1,500 tonnes per day (TPD) of hydrogen for export in the form of ammonia and liquid hydrogen. It also aims to achieve the common goal of exporting hydrogen from Western Australia in the latter half of the decade.

The location is characterized by nearby gas, electricity, water and port infrastructure as well as a qualified local workforce. this should help
To be able to supply hydrogen at competitive prices. The local government also hopes that the project will stabilize the energy grid and create additional jobs. The energy company plans to start construction in 2024, once all necessary permits are received.

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