The Race for Low-Carbon Hydrogen in the Middle East
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The last 12 months have seen a flurry of activity around green and blue hydrogen projects in the Middle East, with announcements of national strategies, new projects, new alliances, and investments.
Given the availability of low-cost renewable energy in the region, and the exciting potential of exporting decarbonized materials made with blue or green hydrogen, the race to produce low-carbon hydrogen at scale has begun.
“We are still in the very early days of a clean hydrogen market: nearly the entire market is currently generated by fossil fuels, not renewables. But the many bricks laid in 2021 will undoubtedly help propel activities this year,” John Roper, CEO Middle East at Uniper Global Commodities wrote in a commentary for UAE daily The National.
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