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Green hydrogen hub planned in northeast Brazil

Tuesday, February 23rd 2021 - 13:38 UTC
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“I consider this a historic moment for Ceará,” said Governor Camilo Santana at a ceremony last Friday “I consider this a historic moment for Ceará,” said Governor Camilo Santana at a ceremony last Friday

A US$ 5.4bn green hydrogen hub has been planned in Ceará, northeast Brazil, and most probably the first-of-its-kind in Latin America. Set to be located at the Pecém Industrial and Port Complex (CIPP), 60km from Fortaleza, the hub will be built by Australia’s Enegix Energy.

“I consider this a historic moment for Ceará,” said Governor Camilo Santana at a ceremony last Friday.

“The idea is to transform Pecém into a major hydrogen production hub, not only for the economic activities of Ceará and Brazil, but also for exports to Europe and other continents.”

The Government of Ceará, Federal University of Ceará (UFC) and the private sector inked a memorandum of mutual collaboration, touted as the “first step” in the process of installing the green hydrogen hub.

Ricardo Cavalcante, President of the Federation of Industries of the State of Ceará (FIEC), said he sees Ceará as the world leader in the production of green hydrogen in the near future.

 

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