Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is stepping up its engagement in Australia. The Danish infrastructure fund, also underway developing the country's first potential offshore wind farm, now enters a partnership with Hydrogen Renewables Australia concerning a project dubbed Murchison.
Murchison encompasses plans to install 5 GW in combined solar and onshore wind capacity to be used for green hydrogen production, chiefly for exporting to Japan and South Korea.
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