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Hy2gen signs cooperation agreement with Mexican state of Campeche

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Cyann Fielding

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Hy2gen, global producer of renewable hydrogen and hydrogen derivative plants, is planning to construct a 200 MW renewable ammonia production plant in Campeche, Mexico.

The project, named Marengo, is expected to initially produce 180,000 tonnes of renewable ammonia annually for customers in the European Union. Ammonia has great potential to help decarbonise heavy industry and transport.

‘Marengo will play an important role in the production of renewable ammonia for the European Union,’ says Hy2gen CEO Cyril Dufau-Sansot. ‘This is mainly due to the ideal conditions at the site location, such as constant wind and many hours of sunshine. Marengo’s electricity needs will therefore be secured by a 415 MW wind farm and a 230 MW solar farm.’

Feasibility studies and FEED studies will follow the signing of the agreement. Essential construction data and information on the operation of the production plant will be collected during this phase.

The construction phase of the plant will then begin, with production expected to start by the third quarter of 2028.

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