International off-road racing initiative Extreme E announced a multi-year relationship with ENOWA, the energy, water and hydrogen subsidiary of Saudi Arabia’s NEOM to implement innovative green hydrogen-based technologies for Extreme E’s global sustainable racing series, while also showcasing the possibilities of green hydrogen.
ENOWA will play an active part on the scientific advisory board of Extreme E, while the partners will develop educational programmes intended to excite young people about climate positive solutions.
NEOM, the clean energy city under development in northwest Saudi Arabia, was launched in 2019 with the backing of the country’s Public Investment Fund (PIF). In 2020 it announced a joint venture to develop a major green hydrogen and ammonia production facility in the new city’s industrial sector. The US$5bn hydrogen-based ammonia plant is led by subsidiary NEOM Energy & Water Company that was recently branded ENOWA.
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