Australia’s Fortescue joins green hydrogen cluster in Brazil

The arrival of the Australian group to the port located in São Gonçalo de Amarante, in the metropolitan region of Fortaleza, capital of Ceará, consolidates it as "a strong and committed pole in the country's energy transition", said Governor Izolda Cela, quoted in a statement from the regional administration.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Australian multinational Fortescue Metals Group will be installed in the developing green hydrogen pole of the Brazilian port of Pecem, where it is studying to set up its own plant of the promising renewable fuel, informed the state government of Ceará (northeastern Brazil) on Friday, June 17 . . .

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