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Fortescue lines up for offtake agreement with world’s largest PV project

Australia’s Fortescue Future Industries is reportedly exploring an offtake agreement with what will be the world’s largest PV project as it advances plans to build a $9 billion (USD 6 billion) mega green hydrogen production facility in Brazil.

Fortescue Future Industries and Sparc Hydrogen accelerate development of next generation green hydrogen technology

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) welcomes progress made on the research and development of future technologies to complement its existing green hydrogen plans and potentially make green hydrogen production cheaper at scale.

Fortescue lands grant for massive hydrogen electrolyser in Queensland

Plans to build one of the world’s largest renewable energy powered electrolysers in Queensland continue to gather pace with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency awarding $13.7 million (USD 8.8 million) to the proponents of the project to help finance a $38 million front-end engineering and design study.

Fortescue Future Industries and TES partner to develop green hydrogen energy import facility in Germany

Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (Fortescue, ASX: FMG) advises that Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has entered a global strategic collaboration with energy infrastructure developer Tree Energy Solutions (TES) which aims to accelerate the development of a world leading green hydrogen and green energy import facility in Germany. The investment of €130 million (US$127 million) will be funded by FFI’s unutilised capital commitment and provides FFI with a pathway for access to critical infrastructure to execute its strategy.

Fortescue Future Industries and Deutsche Bahn partner on green fuel to power carbon-free internal combustion engine

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) today announced an agreement with Deutsche Bahn (DB) to cooperate on research investigating green hydrogen and ammonia gas fuels in rail applications.

Fortescue plans additional 2 GW to 3 GW of renewables as part of $9.2 billion investment

Australian-based mining giant Fortescue Metals Group has announced it will deploy an additional 2 GW to 3 GW of renewable energy generation and battery storage as part of a more-than $9 billion plan to decarbonise its iron-ore operations by 2030.

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Fortescue proposes 9.2 GW green hydrogen project in Egypt

Mining magnate Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Future Industries continues its campaign to be one of the world’s largest clean energy companies, announcing plans to develop a 9.2 GW wind and solar facility in Egypt that will power green hydrogen production in the Arab republic.

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Fortescue’s 2 GW electrolyser factory is just the beginning 

Newly appointed CEO of Fortescue Future Industries Mark Hutchinson has made it clear that demand for green hydrogen has already far outstripped the company’s upcoming 2 GW electrolyser factory in Gladstone, Queensland. The announcement of new investments in green hydrogen plants from Fortescue Future Industries is now expected in the near future.

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Fortescue partners with Liebherr to supply green mining haul trucks

Fortescue Metals Group has announced a partnership with multi-national equipment manufacturer Liebherr for the development and supply of green mining haul trucks for integration with the zero emission power system technologies being developed by Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE).

Fortescue Group announces major leadership reshuffle

Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (Fortescue, ASX: FMG) today announced it will transition to a truly global company and restructure the organisation to have both the CEO of Fortescue and the CEO of Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) reporting directly to the Board.

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