We’re excited to launch our first project with SGN, taking a redundant piece of land and bringing it back into commercial use as a scalable long term clean energy solution to reduce transport emissions, benefitting the planet and the local economy.
Green hydrogen is produced when an electrolyser is used to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. If the electrolyser is powered by a renewable source, such as solar or wind, the resulting hydrogen is green and the only by-product is oxygen.
Ownership of the site will be transferred from SGN to H2 Green and SGN will prepare the site for development, including removal of the redundant gas holder. H2 Green will lead the project including detailed engineering design, and they will advance relevant consents, permits and licenses.