International consortium to develop25 MW integrated green hydrogenmega project in Oman

An international consortium will be developing a 25 MW integrated green fuels mega projectoperating onrenewable solar and wind energy, in Oman. 

The consortium consists of Oman’s integrated energy company OQ, green fuels developer InterContinental Energy, and Kuwait government-backed clean energy investor and developer EnerTech. The project, when working at full capacity will produce millions of tons of zero-carbon green hydrogen per annum. The hydrogen can be useful for local utilisation as well as be exported. Furthermore, it can be converted into green ammonia for international export. The consortium partners will be securing long-term product sales agreements. The position of the project enables it to receive excellent solar irradiance as well as wind resource facing the Arabian Sea. The project is also located strategically between Europe and Asia and thus will be able to offer a secure and reliable supply of green fuels globally at a highly competitive price.

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