- Jul 13, 2021 6:12 am GMT
The project’s 50gW capacity compares to the 54gW of generation capacity of all the coal, gas and renewables plants currently in the National Energy Market, which includes all states except WA and the Northern Territory. Australia’s biggest coal plant is just 2.9gW.
InterContinental Energy, CWP Global and Mining Green Energy Limited announced plans for the mega project on Tuesday, saying it wants to build the scheme in three phases to produce up to 3.5m tonnes of green hydrogen or 20m tonnes of green ammonia each year.
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