Saudi-based Acwa Power, a leader in power generation and water desalination plants, has announced the signing of a $900-million engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) agreement for the NEOM Green Hydrogen Project to be set up within the kingdom's futuristic city NEOM. The project is being jointly developed by Acwa Power, Air Products, a world leader in industrial gases, and NEOM, and will be the largest green hydrogen production facility in the world, that will use over 4GW of combined renewable energy capacity to generate the power used for producing green hydrogen.
Acwa Power Company owns 33.3% in the NEOM Green Hydrogen Company alongside Air Products (33.3%) and NEOM Company (33.4%).
The signing of the Limited Notice To Proceed (LNTP) agreements on April 3 was in relation to the EPC contract for the largest green ammonia facility in the world with an expected capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per annum coming up in NEOM, stated Acwa Power in its filing to the Saudi bourse Tadawul.
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