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Frontier Energy Advances Plan For Bristol Springs Solar Project In Western Australia

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    Frontier Energy Advances Plan For Bristol Springs Solar Project In Western Australia

    • 15 Jun 2022
    • Australia
    • Infrastructure

    News: Frontier Energy cited preliminary results from a green hydrogen study, which indicated that commercial quantities of green hydrogen can be produced from the 114MWdc Stage One of the Bristol Springs solar project in the state of Western Australia. The developer has selected alkaline electrolysis as preferred technology for the production of hydrogen. A final investment decision for the solar facility is awaited. The developer is also seeking expressions of interest for power purchase agreements for renewable electricity, according to a press release from Frontier Energy.

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