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Japan cooperates with Saudi on hydrogen

Economy, Trade and Industry Minister KAJIYAMA Hiroshi says Japan recognizes that Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern countries are important partners in creating a hydrogen-based society. “The large-scale and inexpensive hydrogen supply is indispensable,” Kajiyama said at a press conference on Friday. “To achieve our goal, it is important to …

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Egypt enters green hydrogen league

Another week, another huge green hydrogen project announcement in the Middle East. This time, it was Egypt’s turn. The most populous Arab nation is planning to invest up to $4 billion in a project to create hydrogen through electrolysis powered by renewable energy, Egyptian Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy …

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UAE Roads and Transport Authority to turn limousines green

The Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, has endorsed an initiative to transform 90 percent of limousines operating in Dubai into environmental-friendly vehicles, hybrid/electric, by 2026. The initiative is the first of its kind worldwide in the semi-total conversion of the limousine fleet into green vehicles. …

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Emirati builds his own wind turbine at home

An Emirati engineer has installed a wind turbine at his home and claims it works even when there is no wind. Ali Hussain Al Obaidi, a former aircraft engineer, spent Dh100,000 to build the turbine in his backyard in Al Rahba in the capital. He spent years researching wind turbines …

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Second hydrogen station in UAE to open in Abu Dhabi

As discussions are on to open the UAE’s second hydrogen station in Abu Dhabi, experts find a bright future for hydrogen as an alternative green fuel in the UAE. “We are working closely with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc), Masdar and Air Liquide [prominent hydrogen fuelling stations supplier] to …

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