Masdar taps ENGIE and TotalEnergies for UAE green hydrogen projects

Michael Holder
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(L-R) Masdar CEO Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, Fertiglobe CEO Ahmed El-Hoshy, and Engie's MD for thermal and supply AMEA Frederic Claux |Credit: Masdar
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(L-R) Masdar CEO Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, Fertiglobe CEO Ahmed El-Hoshy, and Engie's MD for thermal and supply AMEA Frederic Claux |Credit: Masdar

Abu Dhabi clean energy giant is seeking to develop a green hydrogen hub in the UAE to support production of green shipping and aviation fuels

Clean energy giant Masdar has unveiled plans for two of its first green hydrogen projects in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as the state-owned firm seeks to stake a place in the nascent global market...

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