Dominica gets Caribbean’s first green hydrogen geothermal development

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Dominica signs Framework Agreement for Caribbean’s First Industrial Scale Green Hydrogen Geothermal Development

The Commonwealth of Dominica’s government has signed a Framework Agreement that will kickstart the Caribbean’s first large-scale green hydrogen geothermal development. This landmark deal represents a huge step forward by a Caribbean island in monetising its enormous geothermal resources on a big scale, including the generation of green hydrogen and green energy for export and local consumption.

This Agreement establishes the framework for a Joint Venture Company to be formed in the coming months, which will be responsible for obtaining funds for and delivering large-scale geothermal production for a Green Hydrogen Complex. This Complex would form the cornerstone of Dominica’s Green Eco Industrial Park, which the Dominican government has proclaimed a strategic goal.


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