Delivering green energy for the futureMurchison Green Hydrogen (MGH) is developing an alternative energy source to fight climate change. Green hydrogen and its derivatives, such as ammonia, have been identified as an ‘energy of the future’ and will play a critical role in our transition to a carbon-neutral economy.
Delivering green energy for the future
Murchison Green Hydrogen (MGH) is developing an alternative energy source to fight climate change. Green hydrogen and its derivatives, such as ammonia, have been identified as an ‘energy of the future’ and will play a critical role in our transition to a carbon-neutral economy.
The project is located in the Murchison area of WA’s Mid West region, approximately 20km north of the coastal town of Kalbarri. Comprising of an onshore wind and solar farm, desalination plant, and green hydrogen production facility, the project seeks to unlock the potential of green hydrogen as a clean energy source for global decarbonisation.
A local team with a global vision
The MGH team is local and based in Perth, Western Australia.
Funded by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), a world leader in green energy investments, the project’s team members are dedicated to making an impact on global decarbonisation by contributing to CIP’s aim to deliver up to 1% of global CO2 emission reductions by 2030.
Looking after our world and everything in it
While Murchison Green Hydrogen acknowledges the urgency and importance of changing our energy production and consumption methods to achieve global decarbonisation we believe this needs to be achieved with the utmost consideration for the local natural environment.
We are committed to ensuring the sustainability of the natural environment.
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The class-leading facility provides economic and social benefits to the local Mid West region whilst minimising environmental, heritage and community impact.
Acknowledgement of Country
We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.