The Egyptian government plays an important role in the production of green hydrogen in cooperation with the private sector.
The MoU was signed by Yehya Zaki, Head of the Suez Canal Economic Zone, and Michael Stoch, CEO of H2 Industries, to establish a plant for converting waste into green fuel in East Port Said, with a production capacity of 300,000 tons per year of green hydrogen.
The Japanese Ambassador to Cairo said Monday.
The plant will also be located at Ain Sokhna Industrial Zone affiliated to Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCzone).
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A committee was formed in charge of laying down the national strategy for producing hydrogen, the center said in a report on hydrogen Thursday.
Molla was speaking at the 1st Unlocking Industries – Hydrogen in Africa, an event held as part of the German-African Energy Days, which run from June 1 to 10.