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Crown Prince to build hydrogen city Saudi way


At a board meeting, the Crown Prince reportedly rejected city planners’ desire for simpler solutions for Neom and challenged them to think even more ambitiously, according to the “Wall Street Journal.”

He remarked that these should be his pyramids, according to a US publication. However, project staff are projected to be more skeptical of overseas investors’ willingness to invest in the project. In any case, the project’s original leader, ex-Siemens CEO Klaus Kleinfeld, stepped down in 2018.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

And the €80M green hydrogen plant goes to… Almeria!

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