NEOM is a project that continues to capture headlines. The bold, audacious Saudi project offers a futuristic vision – with its green hydrogen providing the impetus, scheduled to come on-stream in three years.
Unveiled in 2020 by Air Products, ACWA Power and NEOM, the plant in Oxagon will produce 600 tonnes of green hydrogen using 2.2GW of thyssenkrupp nucera electrolysers, converted into 1.2 million tonnes of green ammonia per year by Topsoe technology from 4GW of renewables.
By sitting down with David Edmondson, CEO of NEOM Green Hydrogen Company (NGHC) – the equally owned joint venture of Air Products, ACWA Power and NEOM – you quickly realise, it’s the pedigree of names that set these green hydrogen plans apart.
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