Liberty Hydrogen’s planned facility looks to use large volumes of wood waste to convert pure hydrogen into green ammonia in Western Australia with a starting capacity goal of 100,000 tonnes.
H2 View understands the company intends to see its low carbon ammonia used domestically or sold internationally, as it seeks to position itself as a leader in the rapidly expanding low-carbon ammonia sector.
Australia’s potential to become a key exporter of hydrogen has been recognised globally. In recent months, the Queensland Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Port of Rotterdam to jointly develop green hydrogen export supply chains.
Additionally, it was revealed the country was set to export hydrogen to Japan as part of the $150m Australian Clean Hydrogen Trade Programme (ACHTP) which aims to generate hydrogen supply chain projects overseas.
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