Suez Canal green hydrogen production: Everything we know about H2-Technologies and its 300,000 tonne waste-to-hydrogen plant

With news that Egypt will gain a new 300,000 tonnes waste-to-hydrogen production plant, it is clear hydrogen will become a major aspect of the nation’s renewable future whilst also leveraging its export potential.

Being developed by H2-Industries, the waste-to-hydrogen plant will be “one of the largest at this scale” the company said, and will be situated in the Suez Canal Economic Zone – a key corridor of international trade.

The 1GW production plant will be supplied 4 million tonnes of organic waste and non-recyclable waste per year secured at the Mediterranean entrance to the canal.

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