HDF takes 70% stake in low-carbon hydrogen mission in Trinidad and Tobago

April 12 (Renewables Now) – Hydrogene de France SA (EPA:HDF), a French specialist in hydrogen vitality, has acquired a 70% stake within the NewGen low-carbon hydrogen improvement in Trinidad and Tobago, it introduced on Tuesday.

The French agency purchased the stake from home firm and mission developer Kenesjay Inexperienced Ltd (KGL) for an undisclosed sum. KGL will retain the remaining 30% curiosity in NewGen, which will likely be collectively owned by KGL and an funding automobile that may permit for the inclusion of extra native buyers, HDF mentioned in its press launch.

The long run USD-200-million-plus (EUR 184.1m) NewGen plant will produce hydrogen utilizing a mix of photo voltaic and vitality efficiency-sourced energy. This hydrogen will then be utilized by the Tringen ammonia plant within the petrochemical hub of Level Lisas, Trinidad.

In line with HDF, the NewGen facility will likely be able to assembly 20% of hydrogen necessities by the ammonia plant.

KGL has not too long ago secured the define planning permission from Trinidad and Tobago’s ministry of planning for the NewGen mission, and has made progress in additional confirming the financial and monetary viability of the endeavour. Within the subsequent section, HDF and KGL will launch a aggressive course of to pick out the electrolysis know-how supplier, the French firm mentioned.

The most recent transfer represents the third main funding for HDF within the Caribbean area in a few 12 months’s time. The corporate has renewable hydrogen initiatives based mostly on its proprietary Renewstable energy plant answer in French Guiana and Barbados, alongside its regional accomplice and investor Rubis SCA (EPA:RUI).

(USD 1.0 = EUR 0.920)

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