HYDROGEN FUEL NEWS | Air Products intends to power the massive facility using 4 gigawatts of the country’s renewable energy.
American industrial gas giant Air Products & Chemicals announced its intentions to construct a massive Saudi green hydrogen plant that would be powered by 4 gigawatts of the country’s wind and solar energy.
This will make the plant the largest H2 project announced in the world to date.
The Saudi green hydrogen project will cost an estimated $5 billion to construct. It will be jointly owned by Air Products and ACWA Power and Neom in Saudi Arabi. Neom is a tremendous new city planned near the country’s borders with Egypt and Jordan.
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