The World Future Energy Summit, which will be held from January 17-19, 2022 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC), showcases new innovations in sustainable energy from around the world, and hosts international technology pavilions from Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Austria, and Nigeria. India, Japan, South Korea and China. The summit is part of the activities of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, one of the most prominent global gatherings concerned with discussing sustainability issues, hosted by the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar).
And the summit is an annual global entrepreneurship event concerned with the renewable energy industry, which has become more important than ever. After the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021, where global economies are expected to set plans to eliminate carbon emissions, the World Future Energy Summit will provide an opportunity for the most intelligent minds in the world. In this field, to meet, exchange ideas and review innovations that will support the development of a sustainable future.
The World Future Energy Summit comes at an ideal time, especially as the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council have begun to adopt different types of energy sources, in order to lead the region in the task of using renewable energy sources, as a number of countries in the region have already committed to building major infrastructure projects that will greatly work on Reducing dependence on fossil fuels.
There is a plan to build a plant in Amman at a cost of $30 billion, and it is planned that this plant will be the largest in the world to produce green hydrogen. There is also the high-tech coastal city of NEOM in Saudi Arabia, which is the site of an activity that embodies a similar effort in the green hydrogen race, until Air Products and its partners produce $7 billion worth of green hydrogen-based ammonia that runs on renewable energy.
projects in the UAE
At the level of the UAE, Masdar, in cooperation with its partners Siemens Energy and Marubeni, plans to develop a pilot plant for the production of green hydrogen within Masdar City. Earlier this year, Mubadala, the company that owns Masdar, signed a memorandum of understanding with the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and ADQ Holding Company to form an alliance to produce green and blue hydrogen.
Dubai inaugurated the first solar-powered green hydrogen production facility in the Middle East and North Africa with a total investment of $11 million. The pilot project will produce 20.5 kilograms per hour of hydrogen at 1.25 megawatts of peak power.
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