Toqlukuti’k Wind and Hydrogen will be constructed in relative proximity to Braya Renewables’ Come By Chance refinery, Canada, including areas around the Avalon Isthmus, that were included as part of the Crown Land nomination areas for wind development.
Frank Almaraz, CEO, Braya Renewable Fuels, said: "Securing the land for our joint project is a significant milestone toward realising Braya's vision to become a leader in renewable fuels production. We look forward to working with ABO Wind to add green hydrogen to our portfolio."
The project will also produce green ammonia for export to the global market.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/08092023/abo-wind-receives-exclusive-rights-to-develop-wind-and-hydrogen-project/
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