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German developer Svevind eyes massive build on Kazakh steppe to fuel 30GW of electrolysers producing three million tonnes of green H2

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Nathan Wilson on Jun 27, 2021

Thirty GWatts of hydrogen production is certainly large compared to existing green hydrogen project.  But it is actually not outlandish compared to fossil fuel based systems like refineries and pipelines.

By the way, the article Charlie linked was pay-walled.  Here is a free one on the project.  I did not see any mention of a funding source.  And for a project with 45GW of wind and solar, something like $100B will be required, not just the MOU they have produced.

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