National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (NEECA) in Pakistan has released a comprehensive pre-feasibility study on green hydrogen energy.
In Pakistan, the collaboration with China has opened up exciting prospects for developing green hydrogen technologies.
Pakistan is set to embark on its first Green Hydrogen project in Thatta through a strategic collaboration with China. The Sindh government has issued a letter of intent, and a vast area of 7,000 acres near the Gharo Jhimpir wind corridor has been allocated for this groundbreaking initiative.
In a significant development for the renewable energy sector, Oracle Energy, a subsidiary of Oracle Power, has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with PetroChina International Middle East (PCME) to explore commercial opportunities for its Green Hydrogen Project in Sindh, Pakistan.
Five energy companies in Pakistan, mainly state-owned enterprises, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore green hydrogen opportunities, according to recent media reports.
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For the prospective development, financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of Oracle Energy’s Green Hydrogen Project in Thatta, Sindh Province, Pakistan, Oracle Power and China Electric Power and Technology (CET) have signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Oracle Energy has hired consultancy firm Fugro Pakistan B.V. to start a surface-level survey at its green hydrogen project site in Sindh, south-east Pakistan.
Pakistan’s supply of power is 21,000 megawatts and its demand is 25,600 megawatts.