At the Climate Summit, the Saudi Pavilion puts on in shows the largest hydrogen project in NEOM

The Saudi pavilion at the UN Climate Conference COP26 shed light on renewable energy and hydrogen production projects in the city of NEOM, during a conference entitled “Designing a 100% Renewable Energy System from Zero – Marhaba NEOM”, to which a crowd of interested parties and visitors to the pavilion participated.

The conference was about environmentally friendly and pioneering technologies that they are It will be used in the NEOM project, which aims to be the city The first destination in the world to rely entirely on renewable energy and one of the world’s leading sources of clean energy.

The NEOM project is part of the ambitious aspirations of the Kingdom Vision 2030 to transform the Kingdom in a leading global model, focusing on the localization of value chains in industries and technology, such as the projects that NEOM intends to initiate to invest in a mix of solar and wind energy, with the aim of making it a leading region in the world, based on completely renewable energy.

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During the lesson the details of the design phases of the project were presented, including the generation and marketing of clean energy, the balancing and integration with traditional systems, including the definition of prices and the value of the clean product, the distribution and sale, in addition to the development and approval of regulations and laws regulating the field.

The conference focused on explaining the hydrogen project, which is the largest of its kind in the world, and its importance lies in its consistency with NEOM’s efforts to achieve leadership in green hydrogen production and green fuels globally. , for being a focal point in NEOM’s journey to become the most important destination globally in providing sustainable solutions in in order to attract investors and better minds from all countries of the world.

In the same context, the conference touched upon NEOM’s signing of an agreement with Air Products and ACWA Power, worth $ 5 billion, to build a plant in NEOM to produce hydrogen in ecological way and export it to the global market, in order to provide sustainable solutions to the global transport sector and address the challenges of climate change through practical solutions to reduce carbon emissions.

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