COP27: UAE’s green energy investor signs green hydrogen deal with Egypt as climate talks host seeks key supplier role

Published 07:47 on November 17, 2022  /  Last updated at 07:47 on November 17, 2022  /  Africa, Climate Talks, EMEA, International  /  No Comments

UAE green investment firm Masdar and two consortium partners have signed a framework agreement with a group of Egyptian state companies to develop a 2 GW green hydrogen production facility, adding to a series of deals the COP27 host has signed this week in an effort to boost its role as a green hydrogen supplier.

UAE green investment firm Masdar and two consortium partners have signed a framework agreement with a group of Egyptian state companies to develop a 2 GW green hydrogen production facility, adding to a series of deals the COP27 host has signed this week in an effort to boost its role as a green hydrogen supplier.

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