Fortescue Metals Chair Forrest: Let’s Go Completely Green by 2050

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Oct.13 — Billionaire mining magnate Andrew Forrest, chairman of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd., discusses his plan for a massive factory to build equipment to produce green hydrogen in a key Australian coal hub. Fortescue’s energy unit will build a plant with initial capacity to make two gigawatts of electrolyzers a year in Gladstone in Queensland, home to one of the world’s largest coal-export terminals. Forrest speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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