Stadler, a leading Swiss train manufacturer, has successfully secured a groundbreaking contract in Saudi Arabia, marking its entry into the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region’s dynamic railway sector.
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Saudi Arabia, traditionally reliant on its oil and gas sector, is making strategic moves toward a hydrogen-centric future.
Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman of Saudi Arabia held a crucial meeting with Uzbekistan’s Deputy Prime Minister, Jamshid Kochkarov, in Riyadh on Thursday. The meeting focused on fortifying joint cooperation in various energy sectors, marking a milestone in the bilateral relations between the two nations.
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NEOM Green Hydrogen Company (NGHC), the visionary force behind the world’s largest green hydrogen plant, has marked a milestone with the delivery of its first set of wind turbines at the Port of NEOM in northwest Saudi Arabia.
Hydrogen is undoubtedly making waves on the global energy stage, and it’s no surprise that even oil-rich Saudi Arabia is diving into the hydrogen business. Hyundai and KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation) are joining forces with Saudi entities to create a thriving hydrogen ecosystem in the desert kingdom, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable and cleaner energy future.
The Gulf nations are rapidly positioning themselves as key players in the global green hydrogen supply chain. Hydrogen, produced using renewable electricity, holds the promise of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combatting climate change.
Saudi Arabia is currently conducting tests on the hydrogen train to ensure its compatibility with the kingdom’s unique environment. The move towards hydrogen technology signifies a significant step in the nation’s pursuit of a more sustainable transport system that incorporates cutting-edge smart technologies.