This brings Hive’s Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia projects led by South Africa, and including Spain, up to a total of 15 GW of renewable energy with a further three phases in pre-feasibility for Coega, Nelson Mandela Bay, potentially increasing overall renewables development for Hydrogen and Ammonia Production to 33 GW.
The Gente Grande project will produce some 1.3 million tons of green ammonia per year utilizing the region’s unique wind resource to provide a low-cost, high-volume ammonia supply hub for customers in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
Gente Grande, Tierra del Fuego, Chile
“Hive Energy is passionate about creating a greener future, contributing to decarbonisation, and achieving our net zero ambition. We are scaling up our activities in green hydrogen and ammonia production globally and are very excited to partner with TEG for this development in Chile.” says Giles Redpath, Founder, Hive Energy.
Mr Redpath continues; “We believe establishing low cost, high volume green ammonia supply is critical if we are to decarbonise transport, the energy sector and other hard- to-abate or energy- intensive industries. The combination of a world class wind resource, deep local partnerships and a proven committed management team give us great confidence that Gente Grande can be an important new supply point to a global customer base”