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GHI assessing ABB technology for Hydrogen City

GHI has signed an MoU to assess ABB's automation and electrification technology for deployment at the South Texas Hydrogen City green hydrogen project.

ABB is collaborating with Green Hydrogen International (GHI) on a project to develop a major green hydrogen facility in south Texas, United States.

As part of the Memorandum of Understanding ABB’s automation, electrification and digital technology will be assessed for deployment at GHI’s Hydrogen City project, according to a news release.

The Power-to-X facility will use solar and onshore wind energy to power a 2.2 GW electrolyzer plant to produce 280,000 tons of green hydrogen per year, which will be turned into one million tons of green ammonia annually.

ABB has already completed a feasibility study to develop an electrical system architecture that optimizes return on investment for the project and supports compliance with EU legislation governing Renewable Fuels of Non-Biological Origin (RFNBO)2 and the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). ABB plans to supply its Integrated Control Safety System with the distributed control system ABB Ability™ System 800xA® to improve efficiency, operator performance and asset utilization.

MoU scope also includes electrical motors and drives, measurement and analytics solutions, and power and process optimization solutions.

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