MEG HP1 Hydrogen Project Concludes FEED Study
Infinite Green Energy has successfully concluded the front-end engineering and design (FEED) study for its MEG HP1 hydrogen project. 

The project, situated in Northam, east of Perth, Australia, is set to generate four tonnes of green hydrogen per day for the medium and heavy transport sectors starting from the first quarter of 2025. The company aims to make a final investment decision (FID) later this year.

Recently, Infinite Green joined forces with Samsung C&T Engineering and Construction Group to welcome Doral Energy Group into the development and construction process of MEG HP1. 

Additionally, Samsung C&T has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Infinite Energy to collaborate on another hydrogen project located in Arrowsmith, north of Perth.

The Arrowsmith facility is projected to initially produce 300 tonnes per day of hydrogen, fulfilling the demand in Asia Pacific markets like Japan, South Korea, and Australia.

Stephen Gauld, CEO of Infinite Green, emphasized that this partnership showcases their commitment to combat climate change and ensure that both the Western Australia economy and local community reap the benefits of the green energy transition.

Andrew Ahn, Vice President of Samsung C&T, affirmed the company’s dedication to expediting the energy transition and creating opportunities for individuals and businesses.