60MW hydrogen plant set to boost Brazil’s clean energy future


A 60MW industrial-scale green hydrogen plant will next year (2023) be operational in the Camaçari Industrial Complex, Brazil, with plans to quadruple this capacity already in place.

Believed to be a first of its type for the Latin American country, the plant will be comprised of three 20MW standard electrolysers to produce 10,000 tonnes of green hydrogen and 60,000 tonnes of green ammonia annually.

Each of the electrolysers will be supplied by thyssenkrupp nucera.

Chemical company Unigel on Tuesday (26th July) confirmed plans for the plant that could, in the near future, produce up to 40,000 tonnes of green hydrogen annually with the addition of more electrolysers.

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