Extension granted for South Australia green hydrogen and green ammonia hub


Amp Energy has announced a three-month extension for its Strategic Framework Agreement with Iron Road as lead developer of South Australia’s Cape Hardy Green Hydrogen project.

The extension is expected to provide additional time to finalise and execute Transaction Documents associated with the next phase of the project.

The Cape Hardy Green Hydrogen project comprises a two stage development: Stage 1 comprising five gigawatts (GW) of electrolyser capacity, delivering over five million tonnes per annum of green ammonia, with the initial phase comprising one gigawatt of capacity. According to the project developers, Stage 2 will double the capacity to 10GW. 

The partners have also discussed the potential to expand the project to include an industrial manufacturing precinct centred on the green hydrogen and minerals value chain.

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