Oracle Power preliminary study for green hydrogen completed


Oracle Power PLC said that a preliminary study for its planned green hydrogen production facility in Pakistan has been completed.

A preliminary study has been completed by the project’s partner, Chinese state-owned business PowerChina International Group Ltd, according to the developer of electricity and natural-resource projects.

According to the business, the research has defined the major technical and commercial specifications required to build a plant that produces hydrogen, which would be utilized to manufacture fuel for Pakistan and its neighboring nations.

The firms propose to build a 400-megawatt facility with a daily hydrogen production capacity of roughly 150,000 kg, according to the statement.

In Sindh, talks with the provincial administration are underway to identify what infrastructure is required.

Oracle said it was looking for technology suppliers and evaluating pricing across Europe, Japan, and South Korea to help it progress its green hydrogen plan.

“We are currently trying to refine the different business frameworks through which to pursue this initiative,” stated Chief Executive Naheed Memon.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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