Towards the future, towards the green hydrogen revolution in the GCC

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Because Hydrogen could be the next black gold

Hydrogen’s rise as a favored energy source in the Middle East comes on the heels of a wider global switch to a low- carbon economy

Worldwide Benefits

The renewable energy sources that many countries of the world seek to benefit from.

Carbon free society

Hydrogen can eliminate carbon emissions more than other renewable energy sources as it does not produce any by-products

Global climate safety

Green hydrogen introduces the concept of clean electric energy without emissions thus addressing global climate challenges

Making an Impact Across the Globe

Green hydrogen could become a major and versatile power source of the decarbonized future. The GCC holds significant advantages in the production of green hydrogen, due to abundant, low- cost solar energy

Hydrogen’s rise as a favored energy source in the Middle East comes on the heels of a wider global switch to a low- carbon economy. Oil exporters are preparing for a world where crude is no longer the dominant energy source and are trying to form new economies and relationships centered around cleaner fuels.

The game changers

By taking into account 5,400 cm3 of Mixed Gas (Hydrogen + Oxygen), the adopted traditional system can produce from an electric energy of 51.4 Watt, our system, on the other hand can produce 12,420 cm3 with the same electric power of 51.4 watt.

Produce in cm^3 with traditional methods

Produce in cm^3 with our patented technology

Signature Process

Hydrogen can be produced from various methods, like extracting from natural gas using coal. The common process is to produce hydrogen from “electrolysis” on water (H2O) to separate hydrogen and oxygen. Suppose such an electrolysis process is powered by renewable energy sources such as wind or solar. In that case, the produced hydrogen is considered “Green Hydrogen” as it emits zero carbon from the beginning of production to the end of energy consumption

A Leader In The Industry

The GCC holds significant advantages in the production of green hydrogen, due to abundant, low-cost solar energy

Oil exporters are preparing for a world where crude is no longer the dominant energy source and are trying to form new economies and relationships centered around cleaner fuels.

Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest exporter of oil, has pledged to become the world’s top exporter of hydrogen. The UAE, OPEC’s third-largest oil producer, is drawing up a hydrogen road map and is looking to add the fuel to its clean energy mix by 2050

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