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Enegix Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Black & Veatch for the delivery of feasibility studies key for the development of a green hydrogen plant in Brazil.
When operational Enegix Energy’s Base One facility, in Ceará, Brazil will produce more than 600 million kilogrammes of green hydrogen annually. The new-build electrolysis facility will be powered entirely by renewable energy, initially 3.4GW of solar and onshore wind. Ceará’s potential for renewable energy generation, coupled with access to a strategic deep-sea port to facilitate the export of hydrogen, were key to the choice of the scoped 500-hectare site for the US$ 5.4 billion investment. Base One is anticipated to take three to four years to build and requires a US$ 5.4 billion investment.
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