Sunshine Hydro is planning to establish an AUD2 billion (US$1.39 billion) green hydrogen and renewable energy complex in Queensland, Australia.
The ‘Flavian’ Superhybrid project is an integrated renewable energy, storage and green hydrogen infrastructure complex within the Central Queensland Renewable Energy Zone (REZ). The project will incorporate a 600 MW of pumped hydro energy storage with 18 hours of operation at full capacity, a 300 MW of hydrogen generation, a 50 MW of liquefaction, a 50 MW hydrogen fuel cell, and a 1.8 GW of new wind generation.
Sunshine Hydro has secured land to base the Flavian Superhybrid and commenced detailed feasibility studies. The company plans to reach the final investment decision in 2025 with commissioning in 2028. once fully operational, the Flavian Superhybrid will provide 220 MW of firm green energy and will supply 65 tonnes per day of green hydrogen for transport and local industry.