Ex-Santos exec fires up $425m waste-to-hydrogen plan

Reposted from the Australian Financial Review (AFR)

Greenhill Energy, a business aiming to construct a $425 million waste-to-hydrogen plant in rural South Australia, is preparing for a capital raising to advance the project which will also produce fertiliser and synthetic fuels.

Managing director Nicholas Mumford, a former executive with Santos, said the group had successfully completed trials in Europe of the gasification process, and was heading into the next stage of the Riverbend Energy Hub project.