New study suggests the GCC can become a green hydrogen powerhouse; annual revenue could grow to $200bn by 2050

Dii Desert Energy and Roland Berger have joined forces to accelerate the energy transition with a new study focused on the potential of localising the hydrogen value chain.

This will explore green hydrogen potential in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, a location that is capable of accelerating the energy transition from oil and gas to greener alternatives.

The study has recognised that GCC countries can become one of the most competitive locations globally to produce and export green hydrogen, and derivatives such as ammonia, thanks to its major natural resources.

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