Fortescue Metals Group Plans To Build More Than 235 GW Of Renewable Capacity
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An unexpected supplier of green energy and hydrogen has arrived. The iron ore mining giant Fortescue Metals unveiled stunning plans to build more than 235 GW (gigawatts) of renewable capacity in Australia, mostly solar and wind, rivaling Australia’s biggest oil suppliers in terms of energy produced.
Andrew Forrest, former CEO of Fortescue Metals Group, told shareholders, “It is a time that has come. The world is never short and never will be short of renewable energy. After scientific and personal analysis of the renewable energy resources of our little planet I can assure you that there is more than enough renewable energy to sustainably and economically supply every person on this planet from this time forth…It is our job to respectfully use these readily available renewable resources and supply the world’s fuel and power at sufficient scale to satisfy the need for abundant, cheap, zero pollutant energy.”
“Fortescue is building a major Renewable Energy/Green Industry business with global scale.” Forrest also said renewables and renewable hydrogen could be applied to fuel cells, ammonia, steel making, and industry heating, anticipating the coming “stampede” into renewable energy and green industries.
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