Green hydrogen is fast becoming a key constituent of the broader decarbonisation strategies across the world. The Middle East countries have distinctive advantages that could allow them to seize the hydrogen opportunity in their pursuit to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels towards a cleaner future. Access to abundant renewable energy resources such as solar and wind, advancements in production technologies, and strong political will are some of the factors driving the rapid development of the hydrogen economy in the region. The Middle East countries would also benefit from applying their oil and gas sector skills and knowledge to green hydrogen development. The region’s location adds to the attractiveness of its becoming a leading exporter of hydrogen in the coming years.
Global Transmission Report is organising its 2nd annual conference on Green Hydrogen MENA on November 28-29, 2022 at Sofitel Dubai Downtown. The mission of the conference is to highlight opportunities, plans and solutions for the production, storage, transport and export of green hydrogen in the Middle East region.
The two-day event will provide a platform to discuss and analyse the critical decisions needed to unlock the potential of green hydrogen in the region. It will feature about 10 sessions focusing on opportunities, policies, developer plans, technology, projects, supply infrastructure, storage, financing, export potential and the way forward.
The conference will bring together policymakers, regulators, renewable energy developers, oil and gas companies, technology providers, industry experts and investors to present their perspectives and offer possible solutions for shaping the Middle East’s green hydrogen economy.