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Introduction 

Strategically located along the corridor used by the heavy trucking industry in California and Southwest US, the Phoenix Hydrogen Hub is one of most important green fuel initiatives in the US. With connective infrastructure in place, the Project is established with a market ready for hydrogen produced using renewable energy.

 

Project Summary

The Phoenix Hydrogen Hub (PHH) is a fast-to-market, liquid green hydrogen project located in Buckeye, Arizona, US.

Construction on the PHH is expected to commence in the second half of 2024, with a two year construction period enabling first production of liquid green hydrogen in mid 2026.

 

It is expected to create approximately 300 direct jobs during construction and 40 direct jobs during operations.

The PHH is anticipated to ramp up to production capacity in less than 12 months and has an estimated operating life of over 25 years. 

Green Hydrogen presents a fundamental and valuable opportunity for decarbonizing the road transportation sector in the United States. The PHH’s strategic location makes it optimal for contributing to decarbonizing the heavy duty road transportation sector.

 


  • $550m

    Capital expenditure

  • ~11,000

    Production vol (tonnes pa)

  • 2026

    Commerical operation date

 

 

 


 

We're leading the green industrial revolution

We’re developing the technologies to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors (like our iron ore operations) while building a global portfolio of renewable energy projects.

Green iron and green steel presents a huge opportunity for the iron ore industry and we are working hard to ensure we are at the forefront of technologies being developed in this regard.

By harnessing the world’s renewable energy resources to produce renewable electricity, green hydrogen, green ammonia and other green industrial products, we’ll help our planet step beyond fossil fuels.

  • Green hydrogen
  • Green steel
  • Critical minerals
  • Solar power
  • Green ammonia
  • Hydropower
  • Wind energy
  • Geothermal energy