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Hydrogen start-up seeks funds to convert old coal generator to biomass – RenewEconomy

Verdant Technologies raises $2m in a pre-IPO investment round, as it plans to revive the Redbank power station to produce hydrogen.

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New hydrogen developer Verdant Technologies is making a pitch to become one of Australia’s largest hydrogen producers after launching a $2 million pre-IPO capital raising to fund its plans to revive the closed Redbank coal fired Power Station, convert it to biomass and produce hydrogen.
Verdant Technologies will issue 12.5 million shares at 16 cents each to raise $2 million in early capital, ahead of a planned IPO. The company plans to list on a major exchange in the first half of 2021.
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