Green hydrogen injection at Moroccan power plant to be studied

Plans to inject green hydrogen into heavy-duty gas turbines at a Moroccan power plant are being studied under a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

GE Vernova, the Moroccan National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE), and power generation company Nareva, agreed to collaborate on a feasibility study to develop solutions to decarbonise ONEE’s Laâyoune Power Plant.

The 99MW plant in the Laâyoune province is powered by three GE Vernova 6B heavy-duty gas turbines, which could become the first in Africa to use green hydrogen.

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