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Helios Project in Saudia Arabia to start construction

A $5bn project to produce green hydrogen at Saudi Arabia’s futuristic Neom mega-development is expected to begin this month. When complete in 2026, the plant will be the world’s biggest producer of hydrogen from renewable sources.

The project which includes construction of 4-gigawatts of wind and solar electricity units will hope to produce 650 tonnes of hydrogen per day. The hydrogen plant is being built by US firm Air Products with 120 electrolysers supplied by Thyssenkrupp. For easier transportation the plan is to convert the product to ammonia.

The project will be located in the Neom economic zone, a region in the northwest of Saudi Arabia near the coasts of the Gulf of Aqaba and Red Sea. The end intention is to build a large zero-carbon city for over one million inhabitants

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