AES to build Pecém green hydrogen plant


In order to investigate the viability of manufacturing and selling green hydrogen (H2V) and green ammonia, AES Brasil signed a pre-contract with the Pecém Complex.

The deal includes assessing the viability of constructing a production and commercialization unit for up to 2 GW of H2V and up to 800,000 tons of green ammonia annually.

AES Brasil stated that it is interested in developing the facility and exporting its output, mostly to European nations, through the Ceará terminal.

The pre-contract is in accordance with AES Brazil’s aim of supporting the decarbonization trend of the global energy matrix and will enable it to advance in the technical and commercial feasibility assessments of the project.

According to Clarissa Sadock, CEO of AES Brazil, “We are currently a significant partner for firms who seek the energy transition and avenues for the decarbonization of their matrix.”

The CEO concludes, “For AES Brazil, the signing of this pre-contract is another crucial step towards the diversification of our portfolio, based on cutting-edge technologies and 100% renewable energy.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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