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25GW hydrogen mega project set for Oman

25GW hydrogen mega project set for Oman

A new international consortium has revealed today (May 18) an integrated green fuels mega project that will produce hydrogen in Oman.

The mega project will consist of 25GW of renewable solar and wind energy, at full capacity, and will produce millions of tonnes of zero-carbon green hydrogen per annum.

The hydrogen can be used locally, exported directly or even be converted into green ammonia to enable international export.

The consortium comprises of OQ, which is the Sultanate of Oman’s global integrated energy company, InterContinental Energy, the leading dedicated green fuels developer, and EnerTech.

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