Korean groups plan to build a 3 GW green ammonia export hub in Australia

23 Sep 2022

South Korean companies Korea Zinc, Hanwha Impact and SK Gas have launched the Han-Ho Hydrogen Consortium, which plans to build a green energy export hub in Collinsville, in Australia's Queensland state. The consortium plans to develop up to 3 GW of renewable energy capacity in order to produce 1 Mt of green ammonia by 2032, which will be destined for export to South Korea.

The estimated coast of the project has not yet been revealed. The consortium aims to make a final investment decision (FID) around 2027 or 2028, with construction expected to take around four years.

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