It appears that first hydrogen going into Germany from Newfoundland and Labrador from the World Energy GH2 project in the Stephenville area has been pushed back significantly. Not because of any delay with the Stephenville-based windmill development, but because of a delay in developing the infrastructure to receive the energy in the European country.
GH2 spokesman Sean Leet says they expect to receive the regulatory approvals to begin development early next year, as planned.
He says the project has not been delayed, but the infrastructure for receiving green ammonia in European markets will not be in place until 2026.
The company had planned to begin export in 2025.