Highlights Decision hinders 26 GW solar, wind project Still targets ammonia exports from 2027 Consortium targets financial close by 2025 The Australian government has rejected an application to build what would be the world’s largest renewable hydrogen and ammonia plant, the 26 GW Asian Renewable Energy Hub in Western Australia. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Australia’s Minister for the Environment told the consortium developing the project that an environmental referral would not proceed in its current form, the AREH consortium said in an email June 22. “We are now working to understand the minister’s concerns, and will engage further with the minister and her department as we continue to work on the detailed design and engineering aspects of the project,” it said. The Australian government had granted the AREH “Major Project Status” in October 2020, with the Western Australian government giving environmental […]