Taranaki green hydrogen project 'back on track' after Greenpeace loses appeal

Taranaki green hydrogen project 'back on track' after Greenpeace loses appeal
The hydrogen will initially be partly used to make fertiliser at a Ballance factory in Taranaki. (Image: Ballance)
Greg Hurrell
A court of appeal ruling dismissing Greenpeace’s bid to overturn Hiringa Energy’s consent for a windfarm and hydrogen electrolyser in Taranaki is a “tremendous relief”, the company says.Hiringa Energy chair Cathy Clennett said in a statement that the Dec 21 court decision underscored the original government decision to fast-track the consenting process and invest $20 million into it. “Hiringa is dedicated to building green hydrogen production and infrastructure to displace fossil fuels in transport and industr...

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