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Bee’ah to construct the UAE’s first waste-to-hydrogen facility

Bee’ah to construct the UAE’s first waste-to-hydrogen facility

Middle eastern sustainability pioneer Bee’ah will pursue plans for the region’s first waste-to-hydrogen project in the UAE, the company said on Monday (May 31).

The project will include a green hydrogen generation plant and a hydrogen vehicle fuelling station which will be constructed in collaboration with UK-based Chinook Sciences.

The waste-to-hydrogen project is seen as an evolution of Bee’ah and Chinook Sciences’ $180m waste gasification to energy project and will address the increased market demand in the region for green hydrogen.

The project is expected to be the first of many such facilities that will be established through a long existing collaboration between the two companies.

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