Infinite Blue Energy (IBE) and Boya Energy entered into a Heads of Agreement (HOA) in order to build and develop a MEG HP1 hydrogen plant.
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This particular plant is expected to produce up to 4 tonnes per day of green hydrogen to meet the expected growth in hydrogen demand for medium and heavy-duty transport.
This will be used to bolster the transportation market with steady flows of green hydrogen. With this provide a significant boost to the zero-emission transportation sector by providing sufficient amounts of the clean energy carrier for heavy-duty applications.
Stephen Gauld, CEO of Infinite Blue Energy, said, “Boya are an established business focused on providing a range of renewable energy solutions for business. We are thrilled to be partnering with Boya Energy, as we look to develop this project on the Traditional Country of the Noongar People.
“The partnership highlights IBE’s commitment not just to fight climate change, but also to see Indigenous people and business benefit from green energy production on Traditional Country.”
Gerry Matera, founder of Boya Energy, said, “We are committed to fast tracking the energy transition, creating opportunities for Aboriginal people and businesses while preserving country. Production of green hydrogen is a key component of that story.”
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