POSCO targets green hydrogen to clean up Australia’s iron industry


Clean energy specialist ENGIE has signed a deal with South Korea-based POSCO Holdings to take part in a pre-feasibility study for a green hydrogen project located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

According to ENGIE, the project will supply green hydrogen to POSCO Group’s proposed Hot Briquetted Iron (HBI) plant in Port Hedland for the production of green iron.

The study will support development plans for inland renewable energy sites, including wind and solar generation, a hydrogen electrolyser, large-scale storage capability and a pipeline capable of transporting green hydrogen to South Korea to decarbonise POSCO’s assets.

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