The Australian Business Review
14 March 2022

Top 100 Green Power Players

Tim Rogers, General Manager, Trafigura - Commodity trading giant Trafigura has emerged as a powerful player in Australia’s growing list of green hydrogen projects. It was named among companies in the Hunter Hydrogen Network which aims to use solar and wind generation to feed a “green” hydrogen pipeline supplying manufacturing plants with zero emissions. Hydrogen and ammonia would be exported from Newcastle using existing or new port infrastructure. Trafigura is also planning a $750 million green hydrogen plant at Port Pirie, part of a push to cut costs and improve the competitiveness of its Hobart and Port Pirie smelters, and underscoring a move by big industry players to expand in the renewable energy sector.

This article was originally published by The Australian Business Review on the 14 March 2022.

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