Wood-fed hydrogen plant to be built in NSW in $15 million Singapore deal

Source: Sweetman Renewables


Plans to create hydrogen by burning wood have swollen in New South Wales’ Hunter Valley, after sawmill offshoot, Sweetman Renewables, yesterday announced a $15 million deal with Singapore’s CAC-H₂ to construct the country’s largest wood-fed hydrogen production plant.

Sweetman Renewables Limited, born of the 100 year old Sweetman’s Timber sawmill in northern New South Wales’ north, has entered into a joint venture with Singaporean company CAC-H to construct a hub in the Hunter Valley where hydrogen will be produced by gasifying woodchips.


Source: PV Magazine


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