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Infinite Green Energy CEO speaks at World Energy Cities Partnership AGM

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) CEO Stephen Gauld was delighted to speak on Day 1 of the World Energy Cities Partnership Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Thanks to the City of Perth for hosting this fantastic opportunity and to The West Australian‘s Ben Harvey for facilitating the discussion panel.

The Hon. Bill Johnston MLA opened proceedings with a discussion on the importance of renewable energy in WA’s future. S&P Global Asia-Pacific Chief Economist Rajiv Biswas echoed Minister Johnston’s views and highlighted the important role that hydrogen could play in WA’s economic outlook as we transition away from fossil fuels.

Stephen was proud to share the role that IGE could play in the path toward net zero and provided an update on our projects at Arrowsmith and Northam.

Stephen also joined Tianqi Lithium CEO Raj Surendran, Pacific Energy CEO Owen Lock, the Minerals Research Institute of WA’s Nicole Roocke, and Copenhagen Energy’s Joy Francis-Hayes in a panel discussion focused on the differing roles that hydrogen, wind, and commodities like lithium could play in facilitating global decarbonisation pathways.

Infinite Green Energy attends reception at the Ambassador to Italy’s Residence

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) and other members of the Australia-Italy business community attended a reception at the Australian Ambassador to Italy’s Residence in Rome.

IGE’s delegation was led by Italia General Manager Rocco La Rovere – pictured here with Charge’ d’Affaires Mary Ellen Miller Australian Consul-General and Trade & Investment Commissioner Naïla Mazzucco.

The goal of the B2B meeting was to enhance the bipartisan relationship and economic linkages between the two countries while continuing to strengthen the reciprocal exchange of expertise and know-how.

As an emerging business in the renewable energy economy and a genuine example of knowledge sharing between Australia and Italy, Rocco had the privilege of speaking about IGE’s projects and their development in the context of the two countries.

Thank you to the Australian Embassy and Consul teams for their invitation and the fantastic opportunity to showcase IGE’s projects and to build on Australian-Italian business connections.

Infinite Green Energy COO showcases projects ACBC Canberra Networking Day

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) COO Yolanda Zhao had an incredible time at the Australia China Business Council (ACBC) Canberra Networking Day – ACBC’s signature event, which brings together Australian and Chinese businesses and government. This year’s ACBC Networking Day focused on the net zero transition, innovation, and the digital economy.

With a diverse array of leaders including executives from ANZ, government officials – including Senator the Hon. Murray Watt, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry – and Professor Yun Liu from The Australian National University, the Networking Day was a valuable platform for discussions on Australia-China business collaboration and the role that renewable hydrogen could play.

Yolanda was delighted to showcase IGE’s renewable hydrogen projects at Arrowsmith and Northam, which sparked significant interest amongst ACBC members. Yolanda also participated in a thought-provoking site visit to ANU’s Sustainable Energy Conversion Lab. Professor Liu showcased the University’s innovative hydrogen storage technology – liquid organic hydrogen – which is slated for refuelling stations in the ACT.
 
From an IGE perspective, the Networking Day highlighted the need to provide educational opportunities to China about Australia’s hydrogen market. China possesses unparalleled hydrogen technology but has a limited understanding of Australia’s hydrogen market.

IGE is looking forward to collaborating with ACBC and The Australian Government to support opportunities that bridge this gap. Thanks to ACBC President James Clarke (柯雅各) for the fantastic experience and we look forward to participating again at the 2024 Networking Day.

Infinite Green Energy CEO presents at World Hydrogen Day

The availability of hydrogen-powered vehicles and refuelling stations was a key discussion topic at the 5th World Hydrogen Day in Perth over the weekend, and IGE managing director Stephen Gauld was right at the heart of it. Today, there is a limited supply of renewable hydrogen and hydrogen refuelling stations, but at IGE we are excited to be at the forefront of the transition to a decarbonised Australian economy.

Stephen spoke about the challenge of addressing the shortage of hydrogen fuel, and how our projects at Arrowsmith and Northam will create a network of renewable hydrogen fuelling stations. Following his presentation, Stephen and the ‘next generation’ of IGE had the chance to enjoy a ride in a Toyota Mirai – the next-generation hydrogen fuel cell car.

presentation from Peter Kasprzak, the chairman of Innovate Australia, on the Hydrogen Highway. Peter said that for every one litre of diesel consumed, 2.68kg of CO2 emissions are released. Peter also revealed that if the emissions from one litre of diesel were represented by a 1kg bag of flour, a truck releases one of these bags every few hundred meters along our freeways and highways.

Australia must not be merely a participant in renewable hydrogen technology and innovation, but a beacon of leadership – so it was also great to get an update from Bill Johnston, the Minister for Mines, Petroleum, Energy, Hydrogen and Industrial Relations, on the portfolio of projects in WA and the @WA Government’s Hydrogen Strategy.

Infinite Green Energy COO attends ACBC National Day & Mid-Autumn celebrations

Keeping connections and making new ones is so important in emerging industries like renewable hydrogen, so it was fantastic to see our COO Yolanda Zhao attend last week’s Australia China Business Council National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations at Government House WA.

Infinite Green Energy’s (IGE) relationships with China will be critical as the global market for renewable hydrogen grows in China, as well as other Asian markets such as Japan, South Korea, and Singapore, which will be key export markets as we accelerate our growth.

Infinite Green Energy COO speaks at Australia-China Decarbonisation Roundtable

Hydrogen is here and it’s already being used to fuel trucks, buses, and cars – and we’re not talking concepts. These vehicles are in scaled production. Infinite Green Energy (IGE) was invited to speak at the Australia China Business Council (ACBC) Australia-China Decarbonisation Roundtable, where our COO Yolanda Zhao spoke about the changes taking place on the streets of China during her recent business trip.

Yolanda shared that 12,000 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are already on the roads across 67 Chinese cities. Hydrogen has a crucial role to play in the bilateral partnership between China and Australia. The applications for low-emissions vehicles are many – from personal transport and public transport to heavy haulage trucks and mining plants.

Australia is already a hydrogen leader. We have the resources, capabilities, and expertise to fuel Asia and Europe. With petrol and diesel engine cars starting to be banned from 2025 in some countries, the end of oil is getting closer. But the hydrogen era is just getting started.

Infinite Green Energy to receive $5m via the Investment Attraction Fund

  • Infinite Green Energy to receive a $5 million grant from the WA Government to progress the MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project in Northam, Western Australia.
  • Funding was provided to Infinite Green Energy through the WA Government’s $148.4 million Investment Attraction Fund (IAF).
  • Infinite Green Energy has signed a Financial Assistance Agreement with the Cook Government for $5 million in grant funding.

IGE is developing and constructing WA’s first renewable hydrogen production system, in partnership with Samsung C&T and Doral Energy Group (DEG).

The Project will incorporate renewable hydrogen production, distribution, and provision to consumers through Hydrogen Refuelling Stations (HRS).

The Project – using electricity generated by the Northam Solar PV Farm and supplemented by the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) – is expected to produce up to 4 tonnes of renewable hydrogen per day.

IGE is expanding the solar generated by the Farm from 11MW to 24MW, with 15MW of new wind to be installed in line with the Project’s development.

The grant is allocated by the WA Government through the $148.4m Investment Attraction Fund (IAF), which seeks to encourage new industries and support economic development and diversification within the State.

The IAF is designed to encourage investment, generate local opportunities, increase the demand for local goods and services, and secure trade in new sectors, and with new markets.

Comments attributed to Hon. Bill Johnston, Minister for Hydrogen Industry:
“The $5 million, from the Investment Attraction Fund, will help Infinite Green Energy establish Western Australia’s first renewable hydrogen production system.

“This is an important step to help kickstart the development of an end-user market for locally produced renewable hydrogen.

“The construction, commissioning, and ongoing maintenance of the project is expected to create over 100 jobs and help decarbonise the State’s economy,” said Minister Johnston.

IGE CEO Stephen Gauld said he welcomed the WA Government’s support via the IAF.

“This grant will support the development and construction of the MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project and will help IGE to make a meaningful contribution to the transition to a net zero economy in WA.

“The funds will also help to create WA’s first network of hydrogen refueling stations, with plans for stations in Northam, Perth Airport, and other regional areas,” said Mr Gauld.

IGE is anticipating a Final Investment Decision (FID) for the MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project in 2023 with the first hydrogen expected in late Q1 2025.

Doral Energy Group Partners with Infinite Green Energy and Samsung C&T to Deliver MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project

Doral Energy Group partners with infinite green energy and Samsung C&T to deliver MEG HP1 hydrogen project.

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) and Samsung C&T are pleased to welcome Doral Energy Group (DEG) as the final partner in the development and construction of the MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project in Northam, Western Australia (WA).

This joint development agreement outlines the strategic partnership between IGE, DEG, and Samsung C&T, including the key terms, advancing detailed design, and the milestones to successfully achieve a Final Investment Decision (FID).

Further demonstrating the momentum behind the Project, this announcement follows the announcement on 20 February 2023 that Samsung C&T and IGE had entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop the Arrowsmith Project in WA.

Leveraging the Northam Solar Farm – with the addition of a 10MW hydrogen electrolyser, Compression, and a truck loading terminal – the Project is expected to produce up to 4 tonnes per day of green hydrogen for the medium and heavy transport industry.

The Project is expected to be part of WA’s transition to a net zero economy. With the first green hydrogen production expected in early 2025, the Project is aiming to be one of the first in WA to deliver commercial-scale green hydrogen.

The Project will also include a loading terminal for trucks to supply local operations, which will enable IGE to contribute to the development of the Zero Emissions Highway.

With offtake MOUs in place and binding contracts under negotiation, it is expected that green hydrogen produced by the Project will be partially consumed by WA-based waste management companies for use in back-to-base refuse collection and fleet vehicles proximate to the Project.

Green hydrogen is expected to be the most cost-competitive low-carbon solution for medium and heavy-duty transport.

It is anticipated that the Project will enable WA to become a leader in the use of green hydrogen in transport, consistent with the objectives of the WA Government’s Renewable Hydrogen Strategy.

The Project has completed front-end engineering and design (FEED).

The Project is anticipating an FID in 2023 with the first green hydrogen supply expected in late Q1 2025 following the commissioning of the Project.

Stephen Gauld, IGE CEO, was thrilled to announce the partnership with Doral Energy Group:

“Partnering with a global renewable energy partner such as Doral Group will continue to build the confidence of our shareholders, strategic partners, and buyers of our future fuel.

“Doral Group and Samsung have already committed resources from their offices in South Korea, Dubai, Israel, and Australia to deliver this strategic project,” said Mr Gauld.

“The partnership highlights IGE’s commitment to not only fight climate change but to also see the WA economy and our local communities benefit from the green energy transition.”

Samsung C&T Vice President, Andrew Ahn says participation in this project aligns strongly with the values and vision of Samsung C&T. “We are committed to fast-tracking the energy transition, creating opportunities for people and businesses. Production of green hydrogen is a key component of that story.”

Yam Efrati, Doral Hydrogen Ltd Managing Director, says:

“I am excited to join MEG HP1 in Australia, one of the most promising and largest markets for renewable energy in the world, especially for green hydrogen production.

“The strategic partnership with IGE and Samsung C&T is just in the beginning and will enable Doral Hydrogen to expand the activity worldwide in order to be a major player in the world energy transition”.

Read the full article here.
Credit: Hydrogen Central

Doral joins Infinite Green, Samsung in Aussie green H2 project

Israeli renewable energy company Doral Energy Group (TLV:DORL) has become a strategic partner in the 10-MW MEG HP1 green hydrogen production project in Western Australia, it said last week.

The joint development agreement was signed with Australian green hydrogen producer Infinite Green Energy (IGE) and South Korea’s Samsung C&T Corp (KRX:028260), which in February teamed up to work on the scheme. With Doral on board, the partners will seek to take a final investment decision (FID) during the current year. The front-end engineering and design (FEED) has already been completed.

MEG HP1 envisages the installation of an electrolyser with battery storage near Northam, about 100 km northwest of Perth, to produce up to four tonnes of green hydrogen daily. The process will be powered by the 11-MW Northam solar park, which Infinite Green acquired last year.

First hydrogen from the proposed facility is expected to be produced late in the first quarter of 2025, with most of the output to be used in heavy transport via a loading terminal for local trucks. A portion of the production will be supplied to waste management companies for back-to-base refuse collection vehicles.

Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) are already in place for the off-take and binding contracts are being negotiated.

Read the full article here.
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Infinite Green Energy completes FEED study of four tonne per day hydrogen plant

Infinite Green Energy has announced the front-end engineering and design (FEED) study of its MEG HP1 hydrogen project has been completed.

The project, located in Northam, east of Perth, Australia, expects to produce four tonnes a day of green hydrogen for the medium and heavy transport industries from Q1 2025. The company is targeting a final investment decision (FID) later this year.

Last week, Infinite Green and partner Samsung C&T Engineering and Construction Group welcomed Doral Energy Group into the development and construction of MEG HP1.

Samsung C&T also has a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Infinite Energy for the development of another hydrogen project, in Arrowsmith, north of Perth.

The Arrowsmith plant is expected to initially produce 300 tonnes per day of hydrogen, meeting the demand for it in Asia Pacific markets such as Japan and South Korea, along with the Australian market.

Stephen Gauld, CEO of Infinite Green, said, “The partnership highlights Infinite Energy’s commitment to not only fight climate change but also to see the WA economy and our local community benefit from the green energy transition.”

Samsung C&T Vice President, Andrew Ahn, claimed the company was “committed to fast-tracking the energy transition and creating opportunities for people and businesses.”

Last year, Infinite Green Energy, formally known as Infinite Blue Energy, announced its plans to develop the Northam hydrogen plant, expected to be the ‘first’ suitable for heavy transportation.

To generate the green hydrogen, Infinite Green will leverage an existing 11MW solar farm with an additional 10MW hydrogen electrolyser and battery storage to generate four tonnes of hydrogen per day.

Australia aims to become a major exporter of renewable energy by 2030, with the Federal Government’s claim supported by the demand for hydrogen, which reached 87 million metric tonnes (mt) in 2020 and is expected to grow to 500-600mt by 2050 according to the World Bank.

Read the full article here.
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Israeli developer joins WA green hydrogen project

Western Australian clean energy developer Infinite Green Energy has welcomed Israeli renewables giant Doral Group as an equity partner to develop and build a commercial-scale green hydrogen project that will leverage the existing 11 MW Northam Solar Farm east of Perth.

Perth-based Infinite Green Energy (IGE), which earlier this year revealed it would partner with South Korean industrial major Samsung C&T to jointly develop and build the MEG HP1 green hydrogen plant, announced Doral has come on board as the final partner in the project being developed near the Western Australian wheat belt town of Northam.

The MEG HP1 project aims to build on the existing 11 MW Northam Solar Farm with the addition of a 10 MW hydrogen electrolyser and battery energy storage. Once fully operational, the facility is expected to produce up to four tonnes of green hydrogen per day for the medium and heavy transport industry.

The developers have confirmed that the scope is there to expand the solar facility to 18 MW, potentially doubling the site’s production capacity to eight tonnes of green hydrogen daily with the first production expected in early 2025.

The joint development agreement sees Doral – which says it has a portfolio of more than 500 renewable projects in operation worldwide with a pipeline totalling more than 18 GW – take a stake of undisclosed size for an undisclosed sum in the MEG HP1 project.

IGE Chief Executive Officer Stephen Gauld said the agreement underlines the potential of the development and will allow it to progress the Northam project to the final investment decision (FID).

“Partnering with a global renewable energy partner such as Doral Group will continue to build the confidence of our shareholders, strategic partners, and buyers of our future fuel,” he said.


An artist’s render of the proposed MEG HP1 green hydrogen project
Source: Infinite Green Energy

Gauld said the joint development agreement outlines the strategic partnership between IGE, Doral, and Samsung C&T, including the key terms, advancing detailed design, and the milestones to successfully achieve an FID.

The front-end engineering and design (FEED) has already been completed for the project and a final investment decision is expected before the end of 2023 with the first green hydrogen supply expected in the first quarter of 2025 following the commissioning of the project.

The project will focus on domestic hydrogen consumers with the project to include a loading terminal for trucks to supply local operations.

IGE said it already has offtake agreements in place and binding contracts under negotiation, with some of the site’s output to be used by waste management companies for back-to-base refuse collection and fleet vehicles.

The MEG HP1 is the most advanced of IGE’s projects with the company also progressing the Arrowsmith Hydrogen Project, which it says will produce up to 25 tonnes of green hydrogen daily.

Read the full article here.
Credit: David Carroll

Progress on Northam hydrogen plant

Renewable energy hopeful Infinite Green Energy and Samsung C&T have recruited a third partner to develop a proposed hydrogen project in Northam.

Perth-based Infinite Green Energy, chaired by Peter Coleman, and South Korean industrial giant Samsung C&T are hoping to develop a green hydrogen project in Northam, alongside their Arrowsmith hydrogen project proposal.

The partners today announced the signing of Israeli renewable and environmental infrastructure company Doral Hydrogen as the final partner to potentially construct and develop the proposed hydrogen project.

Dubbed MEG HP1, the project would incorporate a recently acquired 12-megawatt solar farm and 4MW hydrogen electrocyte and battery storage to produce 4 tonnes per day of green hydrogen.

Phase one of the project is tipped to cost $110 million, with a final investment decision expected by the end of 2023 ahead of first production predictions by the end of the first quarter of 2025.

To be focused on the domestic medium and heavy transport market, the plant is expected to service local waste management companies and their garbage trucks.

Infinite Green Energy acquired the Northam Solar Farm for the project through an $8 million acquisition deal from Indigenous Business Australia and Bookitja Pty Ltd as trustee of the Ngangk Trust, who are part of The Whadjuk Foundation Inc (Bookitja).

Infinite Green Energy chief executive Stephen Gauld said the partnership with Doral would continue to build shareholder, strategic partners, and buyers’ confidence in green hydrogen.

Read the full article here.

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Doral Energy Group partners with Infinite Green Energy and Samsung C&T to deliver MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project

  • Doral Energy Group confirmed as the final partner in the development and construction of the MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project in Northam, Western Australia
  • The Project is expected to produce up to 4 tonnes per day of green hydrogen for the medium and heavy transport industry
  • The Project is expected to supply its first green hydrogen in late Q1 2025

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) and Samsung C&T Engineering & Construction Group (Samsung C&T) are pleased to welcome Doral Energy Group (DEG) as the final partner in the development and construction of the MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project in Northam, Western Australia (WA).

This joint development agreement outlines the strategic partnership between IGE, DEG, and Samsung C&T, including the key terms, advancing detailed design, and the milestones to successfully achieve a Final Investment Decision (FID).

Further demonstrating the momentum behind the Project, this announcement follows the announcement on 20 February 2023 that Samsung C&T and IGE had entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop the Arrowsmith Project in WA.

Leveraging the Northam Solar Farm – with the addition of a 10MW hydrogen electrolyser, Compression, and a truck loading terminal – the Project is expected to produce up to 4 tonnes per day of green hydrogen for the medium and heavy transport industry.

The Project is expected to be part of WA’s transition to a net zero economy. With the first green hydrogen production expected in early 2025, the Project is aiming to be one of the first in WA to deliver commercial-scale green hydrogen.

The Project will also include a loading terminal for trucks to supply local operations, which will enable IGE to contribute to the development of the Zero Emissions Highway.

With offtake MOUs in place and binding contracts under negotiation, it is expected that green hydrogen produced by the Project will be partially consumed by WA-based waste management companies for use in back-to-base refuse collection and fleet vehicles proximate to the Project.

Green hydrogen is expected to be the most cost-competitive low-carbon solution for medium and heavy-duty transport.

It is anticipated that the Project will enable WA to become a leader in the use of green hydrogen in transport, consistent with the objectives of the WA Government’s Renewable Hydrogen Strategy.

The Project has completed front-end engineering and design (FEED).

The Project is anticipating an FID in 2023 with the first green hydrogen supply expected in late Q1 2025 following the commissioning of the Project.

IGE CEO, Stephen Gauld, was thrilled to announce the partnership with Doral Energy Group, “Partnering with a global renewable energy partner such as Doral Group will continue to build the confidence of our shareholders, strategic partners, and buyers of our future fuel”.

“Doral Group and Samsung have already committed resources from their offices in South Korea, Dubai, Israel, and Australia to deliver this strategic project,” said Mr Gauld.

“The partnership highlights IGE’s commitment to not only fight climate change but to also see the WA economy and our local communities benefit from the green energy transition.”

Samsung C&T Vice President, Andrew Ahn says participation in this project aligns strongly with the values and vision of Samsung C&T. “We are committed to fast-tracking the energy transition, creating opportunities for people and businesses. Production of green hydrogen is a key component of that story.”

Doral Hydrogen Ltd Managing Director, Yam Efrati says “I am excited to join MEG HP1 in Australia, one of the most promising and largest markets for renewable energy in the world, especially for green hydrogen production. The strategic partnership with IGE and Samsung C&T is just in the beginning and will enable Doral Hydrogen to expand the activity worldwide in order to be a major player in the world energy transition”.

Infinite Green Energy Avon Valley Business Awards 2022

Infinite Green Energy (IGE) is proud to sponsor the 2022 Avon Valley Business Awards as the naming-rights partner.

The Infinite Green Energy Avon Valley Business Awards will recognise business excellence in the entire Avon Valley region.

The awards across 12 categories will be presented at a gala ball in Northam on November 12, which will also see the announcement of Infinite Green Energy’s Best Business of The Avon Valley.

IGE is proud to be part of the vibrant business landscape in the Avon Valley as it develops the MEG HP1 green hydrogen project near Northam. MEG HP1 builds on the existing 11MW Northam Solar Farm and is expected to produce up to 4 tonnes/day of renewable hydrogen for transport use from early 2024.

IGE CEO Stephen Gauld said that the sponsorship was part of recognising how important Northam and the Avon Valley are for the company’s renewable energy vision.

“We are thrilled to be developing MEG HP1 in the Avon Valley to help deliver new renewable energy opportunities for the region and State.

“We believe it will be important to support local businesses as we develop our projects. I look forward to meeting and celebrating with innovative local businesses on the awards night.”

Please find the below link for further details on how to be part of this year’s great event along with sponsor partners.

Avon Valley Business

Infinite Green joins Red Earth to build new Canadian JV

Special Report: Infinite Green Energy is making inroads into the North American market through a joint venture with Red Earth Energy and Frontier Impact Group

Canada was selected as the ideal location for the new H2 Canada JV for the production of green hydrogen due to its abundance of fresh water, hydroelectricity and wind energy potential.

Additionally, the JV will form partnerships with Indigenous First Nations communities in Canada to support and supply green hydrogen to a new, developing Canadian domestic market and export markets in Europe, Asia, the US and the Americas.

Several locations have been identified and all are progressing at different stages.

The JV plans to initially reduce carbon emissions in Canada by 120,000t per annum and create large economic opportunities in the renewable energy space.

“It’s a great pleasure to join with Red Earth Energy to deliver H2 Canada working in partnership with First Nations traditional landowners,” Infinite Green Energy chief executive officer Stephen Gauld said.

“Canada is an ideal location to enable green hydrogen delivery into the American and European markets.”

Frontier Impact Group managing director Jennifer Patterson expressed the company’s belief that green hydrogen has an important role to play in the energy transition and expected to leveraging its experience in the Australia market with its partners to achieve impactful results in Canada.

“Red Earth Energy will leverage the expertise of Infinite Green Energy, the leading green hydrogen company in Australia and internationally and Frontier Impact Group, a climate solutions investment and advisory firm who are pioneering the transition of Australia to net carbon zero, to hit the ground running in Canada,” Red Earth Energy managing director Peter Walsh said.

Green hydrogen hubs

The JV intends to propose green hydrogen hubs in Newfoundland, Quebec and British Columbia.

Feasibility studies will be carried out with the help of First Nations communities in Canada during the fourth quarter of 2022, and these are expected to be completed within 10 months.

The move expands on the company’s existing operations in Western Australia such as the MEG HP1 project in Northam and the larger Arrowsmith Hydrogen Plant.

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This article was developed in collaboration with Infinite Green Energy, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.

This article does not constitute financial product advice. You should consider obtaining independent advice before making any financial decisions.

New Canadian hydrogen JV with Red Earth Energy is a big leap forward for Infinite Green. Pic via Getty Images.

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