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ENERTRAG plans green hydrogen project in the Tacuarembó region of Uruguay:

ENERTRAG, based in Germany, is planning with the Uruguayan project developer SEG Ingenieríathe Tambor Green Hydrogen Hub in Tacuarembó, Uruguay. The project will consist of wind and solar plants with capacity of 350 MWe, electrolyser, and conversion facilities for the production of 15,000 tons of green hydrogen per year. Also, the e-methanol produced here could compensate for around 10% of the methanol conventionally produced from Russian crude oil in Germany's largest refinery.

McCoy Hydorgen / Ammonia IDs: 76278


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