Plug Power Signs Preliminary Deal to Supply 3GW Of Electrolysers to Australian Green Hydrogen and Ammonia Project



US manufacturer Plug Power has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Australian developer Allied Green Ammonia (AGA) to supply 3GW of PEM electrolysers from 2027 for a planned project in Australia’s Northern Territory.



AGA plans to take a final investment decision next year on its Green Ammonia Production Facility, which it plans to build on the Gove Peninsula in the far northeast of the territory from 2027.


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According to AGA, the project — which will produce 2,500 tonnes of green ammonia a day, or more than 900,000 tonnes annually — “will be one of the most energy efficient green hydrogen and green ammonia projects globally”.


The partners plan to agree on a deal for Plug to provide a Basic Engineering and Design Package (also known as a front-end engineering design, or FEED) for the 3GW project.


“Our MOU with Plug builds on a long list of leading global firms who are joining us on our journey to build one of the largest green ammonia production facilities in the world, in a strategically located part of Australia given its proximity to Asia,” said AGA managing director Alfred Benedict.


Source: PlugPower


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