Our mission is to harness the world’s best renewables resources to produce some of the cheapest green energy, hydrogen and ammonia available worldwide. We are doing this in locations that offer the opportunity for projects at ultra-large scale, responding to the urgent need to accelerate the world’s transition away from fossil fuels. Our first, flagship, massive-scale green hydrogen project, the Asian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH), has been in development by CWP and its consortium partners since 2015, and is now recognised as a world-leading project at the forefront of the emerging green hydrogen industry.
Situated on more than 6,500 square kilometres in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia, and with an estimated capital cost of US$36 billion, the 26GW hybrid wind and solar power plant will at full capacity produce 1.8 million tons of green hydrogen (or 10mtpa of green ammonia) every year. With AREH now progressing to its next stage of development, CWP is busy developing additional green hydrogen projects at similar scale in locations across Australia, Africa and South America.