Port Anthony to produce green ammonia in Australia
Port Anthony will work with CAC-H2 to develop a waste woody biomass gasification system to produce green ammonia in Victoria, Australia.
Port Anthony Renewables has formed a joint venture with Singaporean gasification technology integrator CAC-H2 to establish a green energy hub in Victoria.
With the global transition towards zero carbon energy accelerating, the timing is right for the joint venture to build and commission a waste woody biomass gasification system to produce carbon negative green ammonia for both domestic use and export. This plant will be capable of producing 3 tonnes of hydrogen per day, with the potential to increase output. Besides its traditional use as one of the building blocks for fertilisers, ammonia can also be burnt directly as a fuel and is the most efficient carrier for hydrogen.
Ammonia is easily liquefied and its transportation is well-established globally.
The agreement will see the establishment of a special purpose vehicle – Hydrogen Plus, in which Port Anthony will have 30% equity interest.
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