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Saudi Arabia’s $5bn green hydrogen plant could expand – exec

The plant, the world’s largest, will produce 650t/d of green hydrogen daily from 2025

The developers of Helios Green Fuels $5bn green hydrogen development on Saudi Arabia’s northern Red Sea coast are already thinking about expansion. Technology firms Neom and Air Products and Saudi utility Acwa Power signed a deal in July 2020 to build, own and operate the plant. The current plan is to use a 20 MW Thyssenkrupp electrolyser—powered by 4GW of renewable energy—to make green hydrogen that will be converted into ammonia. “We are already thinking about expansion” Kaeppner, Neom The intention is to expand, according to Roland Kaeppner, Neom’s executive director of hydrogen and green fuels. “We are already thinking about expansion, depending on how fast the market is



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