AmmoniaGreen HydrogenHydrogenMiddle east

Fusion Fuel Green and CCC to develop green hydrogen plant in Middle East

Image: Canva

Green energy firm, Fusion Fuel Green, along with Consolidated Contractors, announced a joint venture partnership in the Middle East to build green hydrogen plants.

CCC and Fusion Fuel have agreed to collaborate on ventures involving the manufacture of green hydrogen for clients in the refining and petrochemical industries seeking to minimize their carbon footprint. The companies intend to construct demonstration plants in a number of countries in the country, including Oman, Kuwait, and Qatar.

“We are delighted to be partnering with the CCC to open this new market. The Middle East represents a big opportunity and a very promising region for us, given the high levels of solar exposure, strong appetite for green hydrogen projects, and strategic geographic position between Europe and Asia. We are excited to bring Fusion Fuel’s revolutionary technology to the Middle East.”

Joao Wahnon, Head of Business Development at Fusion Fuel.

“We are very pleased to cooperate with Fusion Fuel towards the building of Green Hydrogen and Ammonia plants and to bring our expertise in construction projects, particularly in the Middle East. This cooperation between our companies will generate new opportunities in the development of green energies.”

Dori Barakat, Director of Business Development at CCC.
Nedim Husomanovic

Airbus CEO talks about hydrogen planes

Previous article

Hyundai Glovis to ship hydrogen

Next article

You may also like

More in Ammonia


Comments are closed.