Egypt to gain 300,000 tonne per year waste-to-hydrogen project

A new Egyptian project will produce 300,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year from waste products, project developers H2-Industries said today (Jan 31).

Waste-to-hydrogen technology has masses of potential in the market and helps tackle two environmental factors; hydrogen production for clean energy and power in addition to waste build up.

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