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Pattern Energy | Argentia Renewables Project

Canada
Greenfield

Overview

Status
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Greenfield
Region
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North America
Geography
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Canada
State
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Newfoundland and Labrador
Equity Owner
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Pattern Energy
Proponent
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Pattern Energy
Output
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Green ammonia
Green hydrogen
Type of electricty
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Wind; Hydroelectricity
Capacity
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Green ammonia: at least 400 tonnes/day
Financing
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Technology
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electrolysis
Technical Advisors
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Advisors
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Project Contact
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Frank Davis, Pattern Canada; Cary Kottler, Chief Development Officer of Pattern Energy
Lawyers
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Project Cost
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$4bn
Offtaker
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Manabaft (LOI)
Commercial Operations Date
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2025 (phase 1)
Decommission Date
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FID
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Description

Phase 1 of the project is expected to consist of approximately 200 megawatts of installed wind power. Pending the outcome of environmental studies and community consultation, Phase 2 of the project may consist of up to 1.2 gigawatts of additional installed wind capacity.

These wind projects will power the production of green hydrogen, through the process of electrolysis, at a world-class hydrogen electrolyzer facility located at the Port of Argentia. Carbon-free ammonia will be produced using the green hydrogen, which can be safely stored and shipped to end-use customers around the world. The project is targeting commercialization for phase 1 in 2025.

In March 2024, Pattern Energy signed a letter of intent with German Mabanaft for the potential transaction for the supply to Mabanaft of green ammonia from the facility starting in 2027. As part of the LOI, Mabanaft also plans to evaluate the opportunity to potentially become a co-investor next to Pattern Energy and share ammonia and infrastructure expertise.

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