The first wind turbines have arrived at what Saudi officials bill as the world's biggest green hydrogen plant, in the futuristic NEOM megacity, the project's CEO told AFP on Tuesday.
Around 30 turbines are expected to be delivered by the end of the year along with the project's first solar panels, Edmondson said, laying the groundwork for eventual production of some 600 tonnes of green hydrogen per day.
"This week, we have our first delivery of wind turbines. They actually arrived in the port of NEOM, and they'll be delivered up to site towards the end of this week," - David Edmondson, CEO of the NEOM Green Hydrogen Company
The green hydrogen produced at the plant will be converted into green ammonia for ease of transport and then converted back into green hydrogen at its destination "for use (as a fuel) in sectors including transport and heavy industry", according to a briefing note provided by the company.
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