The US-based businesses Renewable Innovations (REII) and MENA Holdings have agreed to create an assembly factory in Saudi Arabia for the sale of hydrogen fuel cell products across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
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According to Saudi Arabia’s energy minister, the country intends to spend more than $300 billion to produce greener electricity and extend its power grid. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman stated during a forum hosted by Saudi Arabia’s largest oil company Aramco that the country was also aiming to become a global leader in the production of hydrogen.
In a document for internal use, Siemens Energy examined the factors that make doing business in the Middle East profitable.
HRS takes part in hydrogen refueling station project For the provision, installation, and maintenance of a 330 kg/day hydrogen refueling…
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the minister of energy, met in Riyadh with a group from the foreign affairs committee of the European Parliament, chaired by David James McEllister.
On the occasion of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the country, Chinese and Saudi businesses signed investment agreements for green hydrogen and solar energy.
Crown Prince bin Salman signed several memorandums of understanding with Korean businesses about their cooperation in the development of hydrogen infrastructure.
The Kingdom actually demonstrates that “green hydrogen” constitutes the next major development in the world of energy in light of its radical advantages, so it is obvious that Europe will tend to promote stronger sustainable energy relations and alliance with the Kingdom in the world’s green energy transformations.
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Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman bin Abdulaziz stressed the need of bolstering oil market stability.