The Port of Corpus Christi Authority has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with funds managed by Ares Management Corporation’s Infrastructure and Power strategy to develop renewable energy infrastructure on Port-owned property to support the production of green hydrogen and the option to provide renewable power directly to the port.

The MOU lays out the groundwork for a renewable energy and clean fuel center on Port-owned property, which will include solar facilities, battery storage facilities, and electrolyzer facilities.

The first set of facilities will consist of a 210MW solar plant and an 840MWh battery storage facility capable of powering an electrolyzer facility capable of producing 9,000 MT of green hydrogen each year, with the ability to extend the facilities over time, including the ability to provide renewable power directly to the port’s operations.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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