Project NEO will store green hydrogen using its fuel cell technology to provide round-the-clock electricity supply to the national electric network
The Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) could soon transition from fossil-based electricity to 100% green hydrogen.
That’s the suggestion from green hydrogen specialist, Infinite Green Energy (IGE, formerly Infinite Blue Energy), which has launched its ‘Project NEO’ to convert solar and wind energy into green hydrogen – any additional energy will be stored and converted to electricity, using its fuel cell technology.
This could provide ’round-the-clock’ power supply to the national grid network, mitigating the risks of outages.
The company says it hopes the project will help transform baseload energy production and supply in NSW by 2027.Full Article