500MW-100MW hydrogen plant plans unveiled for Egypt
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500MW-100MW hydrogen plant plans unveiled for Egypt

Plans for a 50MW-100MW hydrogen facility in Ain Sokhna, Egypt, have today (Oct 14) been unveiled by Scatec and Fertiglobe – and the duo want it to be operational in 2024.

Thought to be a first step towards a wider green hydrogen hub in Egypt, the plant will produce green hydrogen as a feedstock for green ammonia production.

Scatec will build, own and majority own the facility and a long-term off-take agreement will be entered into with Fertiglobe’s subsidiary EBIC.

Fertiglobe is jointly owned by OCI N.V. and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), and The Sovereign Fund of Egypt (TSFE).

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