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Svevind targets Kazakh green hydrogen production

Stated aim of 30GW of electrolysers to produce 3mn t/yr of green hydrogen would make region one of world’s largest producers

German investor and project developer Svevind has announced a plan to install 30GW of electrolysers to produce 3mn t/yr of green hydrogen in Kazakhstan. The firm says the development, engineering, procurement and financing phases will take three to five years, with construction beginning after that. The electrolysers would be supplied by 45GW of wind and solar—a number equivalent to the entire installed renewable capacity of the UK. “The promotion of low-carbon development is in line with the strategic direction of development of the Republic of Kazakhstan” Yussupov, Kazakh Invest Were the project to successfully install this amount of electrolyser capacity, it would make the



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