CIP enters 5-GW hydrogen project

The Danish infrastructure fund now signs a deal for green hydrogen to be made using solar and onshore wind power at a major project located in Western Australia meant to supply Japan and South Korea with green H2 from 2028.

The project aims to, among other things, mix H2 into the gas pipeline between Dampier and Bunbury. | Photo: Dampier Bunbury Pipeline

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is stepping up its engagement in Australia. The Danish infrastructure fund, also underway developing the country's first potential offshore wind farm, now enters a partnership with Hydrogen Renewables Australia concerning a project dubbed Murchison.

Murchison encompasses plans to install 5 GW in combined solar and onshore wind capacity to be used for green hydrogen production, chiefly for exporting to Japan and South Korea.

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