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Engie Reaches FID To Build Renewables Hydrogen Facility In Western Australia

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    Engie Reaches FID To Build Renewables Hydrogen Facility In Western Australia

    • 20 Sep 2022
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    News: A joint venture between ENGIE and Japan-based Mitsui & Co (28%) has reached a final investment decision for the construction of a renewables hydrogen production facility in the State of Western Australia. The facility will form the first phase of the Yuri Project and it will use energy from 18MW solar panels and a 8MW small battery energy storage system to power a 10MW electrolyser and produce 640 tonnes of hydrogen per annum as feedstock for Yara Australia's ammonia facility. The hydrogen facility is scheduled to reach completion in 2024, according to a press release from Engie.

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