- Aug 10, 2020 8:35 am GMT
The Asian Renewable Energy Hub will be a 6,500 square kilometer wind and solar farm in Australia’s Pilbara desert, producing green ammonia for export beginning in 2027/28. This was recently reported as an investment of AU$ 22 billion (US$ 16 billion). As it says on its website, this is “renewable energy at oil and gas scale.”
- The project will generate very large volumes of cheap, clean renewable energy, which is ideal for the large scale production of green hydrogen, which will find markets both in Australia and overseas. Japan and Korea in particular have expressed strong ambitions for adopting clean hydrogen in coming years, to help decarbonise their economies and to maintain energy security
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