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MOREE - A project has been launched to build a solar plant to produce hydrogen energy and green ammonia for fertiliser to reduce the Australian cotton industry's carbon footprint.

Australian group Sundown Pastoral - the company behind Good Earth Cotton and traceability specialist FibreTrace - has teamed with New Zealand-based Hiringa Energy to develop the Good Earth Green Hydrogen and Ammonia Project (GEGHA) near Moree in New South Wales (NSW).

The 27 MW Wathagar Solar Farm will produce hydrogen to replace diesel and LPG for ginning, on-farm energy and on-road heavy transport, feeding excess electricity into the grid, as well as producing 10 tonnes of ammonia-based fertiliser per day for local cotton farming.

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