CIP’s Energy Transition Fund is developing the Murchison Project, to be located near Kalbarri in the mid west region of Western Australia.

The project will comprise 3.7 GW onshore wind, 1.5 GW solar generation, 3 GW of electrolyzers, desalination plant, export terminal, ammonia production plant and other ancillary infrastructure to produce ~2 Mtpa of green ammonia for export to emerging green energy markets in Asia and the potential for local offtake. The project is currently in the development phase with construction expected to commence in approximately 2025.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is a fund manager focused on the development of greenfield energy infrastructure, including Power-to-X, offshore wind, onshore wind, solar, biomass, energy-from-waste, transmission and storage. CIP’s Energy Transition Fund (target fund size of EUR 2.25bn) focuses on the development of large-scale Power-to-X (e.g. green hydrogen and green ammonia) and other next generation renewable technologies globally in order to facilitate the decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors including agriculture and transportation.

CIP is headquartered in Copenhagen, with a global presence with projects in Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and Latin America.

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