October 4, 2022

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World Future Energy Summit shows clean energy innovations

The World Future Energy Summit, to be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC) from January 17-19, 2022, showcases new innovations in sustainable energy from around the world and hosts international technology venues from Germany, Switzerland and Italy. , Netherlands, France, Austria and Nigeria. India, Japan, South Korea and China. The summit is part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week activities hosted by Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company “Mustar”.

The right time

The summit is also an annual global entrepreneurship event related to the renewable energy sector, which has become more important than ever. In this field, meet, exchange and review innovations that support the development of a sustainable future.

The World Future Energy Summit is coming at a great time, especially as the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council have begun to adopt different types of energy sources, leading the region in the process of utilizing renewable energy sources across many countries. The region has already pledged to build major infrastructure projects that will work heavily to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels.

There are plans to set up a plant in Amman at a cost of $ 30 billion, and it is planned that this plant will be the largest plant to produce green hydrogen in the world. NEOM, a high-tech coastal city in Saudi Arabia, is the site of a similar initiative in the green hydrogen race that runs on renewable energy until Air Products and its partners produce $ 7 billion worth of green hydrogen-based ammonia.

Projects in the United Arab Emirates

At the level of the United Arab Emirates, Muster, along with its partners Siemens Energy and Marubani, plans to build a pilot plant to produce green hydrogen within the city of Muster. Earlier this year, Mazda’s company Mubatala signed a memorandum of understanding with Abu Dhabi National Oil Corporation (ADNOC) and ADQ Holding to form an alliance to produce green and blue hydrogen.

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Dubai has opened the first solar – powered green hydrogen production facility in the Middle East and North Africa at an investment of $ 11 million.

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