Energy Estate and Japan's Eurus Energy have signed an agreement that will have the renewable energy developer take an investment stake in the $2 billion Hunter Hydrogen Network (H2N).
The project devised by advisory firm and business accelerator Energy Estate is a large-scale green hydrogen production and pipeline project.
It aims to supply low-cost hydrogen for downstream hydrogen derivative products such as sustainable aviation fuels, ammonia and liquid hydrogen destined for Japan and Korea, as well as domestic use.
Eurus Energy Group, a global renewable energy independent power producer and developer, is jointly owned by Toyota Tsusho Corporation and the Tokyo Electric Power Company.
Read the full article published in the Newcastle Herald 4th May 2022