Australian solar park could generate hydrogen for less than $2/kg

Hydrogen could be produced for as little as AUD 2.85/kg, supporting Frontier Energy’s plans to make green hydrogen from a 500 MW solar project

Frontier Energy said that results from a pre-feasibility study (PFS) into its proposed Bristol Springs Solar project in Western Australia show that it has the potential to be an early mover, low-cost green hydrogen producer.

The PFS, conducted by Perth-based Xodus Group, is based on the development of a large-scale green hydrogen production facility at Bristol Springs, with power sourced from the company’s planned first stage 114 MWdc solar farm. The solar would power a 36.6 MW alkaline electrolyzer, producing an estimated 4.4 million kilograms of green hydrogen per year.

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Source: PV Magazine

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