Australians to build in Ceará state first major green hydrogen production complex in Brazil

Interest in green hydrogen is skyrocketing among major oil and gas firms. Europe is planning to make hydrogen a big part of its trillion-dollar Green Deal package, with an EU-wide green hydrogen strategy expected to be published in July.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Australian renewable energy company Enegix Energy is partnering with Ceará state government on the development of Brazil’s first major green hydrogen project.

The US$5.4 (R$29) billion project named Base One is aimed to develop a green hydrogen chain in the state of Ceará with a production plant in the Pecém Port Complex on the northeast coast.

The three-year project, a first in Brazil and potentially in Latin America – depending on the pace of similar developments in Chile – is seeking to tap into the considerable interest and economic potential in growing . . .

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