Mauritania targets a piece of the hydrogen cake

While most of the Mena region’s ‘green hydrogen’ plans seem ambitious, some seem more ambitious than others. The government of Mauritania takes a step forward, which on September 27 signed a memorandum of understanding with Chariot (until recently Chariot Oil & Gas), which is listed in London, “to advance a potential development of green hydrogen, called ‘Project Nour ‘, up to 10 GW “.

Yes, that’s 10 GW, more than twice the size of Saudi Arabia’s hugely ambitious $ 5 billion 4GW Neom plans that would produce 237,000 t / y of green hydrogen (MEES, February 12). (CONTINUED – 344 WORDS)

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