Who could be hydrogen plant's big customer?

Who could be hydrogen plant's big customer?
Finding new uses for power from dams like Manapouri is at the heart of the Southland hydrogen project. (Image: supplied)
Ian Llewellyn
Locking in a long-term international customer will be the key to whether a proposed hydrogen production plant in Southland gets off the ground, Contact Energy chief executive Mike Fuge says.Contact and Meridian Energy said on Monday they had received 81 expressions of interest from companies who wanted to be part of the Southern Green Hydrogen project. These are now being whittled down for more detailed discussions.Fuge said he was “delighted” with the expressions of interest with 52 from overseas and 29 in New Zealand. This include...

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