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.

Read more: Hydrogen exports between Australia and Europe could be given a boost under new agreement

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.

Read more: Australia set to export hydrogen to Japan as part of a $150m programme


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