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Welcome to our Start-Up Member: HDF Energy Australia

A specialist in hydrogen technologies, HDF develops, finances, builds and operates multimegawatt industrial power generation infrastructures.

FACCI would like to extend a warm welcome to their new Start-Up member: HDF Energy 

HDF marketed the Renewstable power plants, which capture intermittent renewable energy and store it massively in the form of hydrogen to produce stable, 24-hour electricity that can be controlled like a thermal power plant at a competitive price.

The first Renewstable power plant is developed in French Guiana, in collaboration with the French infrastructure fund Meridiam and oil company SARA: The CEOG power plant is the largest in the world storing massively renewable energy via hydrogen, to produce stable and non-polluting electricity day and night for 10,000 households. CEOG will start its construction site in early 2020 and produce its first electrons in early 2022.

HDF achieved a world first in 2019 in Martinique, the ClearGen project: the installation and commissioning of a high-powered fuel cell (1 MW), using the hydrogen co-produced by the SARA refinery by transforming it into electricity.

As an international player, HDF Energy currently has around ten Renewstable projects in the advanced development phase in several countries.

Website: HDF Energy 

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