MG Corporation joined with neighbouring Traditional Owners organisation Balanggarra Ventures, the Kimberley Land Council and Pollination to establish the Aboriginal Clean Energy (ACE) Partnership.

Aboriginal Clean Energy Partnership

The ACE Partnership will collaborate to create the East Kimberley Clean Energy Project, which seeks to deliver Australia’s first 100 per cent renewable green hydrogen and ammonia project, involving a 900MW solar farm, a 50,000tpa hydrogen production facility, a 250,000tpa green ammonia production facility and the existing hydro facility at Lake Argyle.

With equal shareholding for all partners, the ACE Partnership sets a new standard for economic empowerment of First Nations groups, giving MGC an active role in making informed decisions about activities on MG Country.

MGC is proud to be a part of this exciting new venture, which will contribute towards the global clean energy transition and provide significant benefits for local communities in the East Kimberley.

The Aboriginal Clean Energy Partnership received the Energy Innovation of the Year Award at the Australian Institute of Energy’s WA Energy Awards in August 2023.