The report will support the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 and the Dubai Net Zero Emissions Strategy 2050 to provide 100 per cent of the energy production capacity from clean energy sources by 2050
The United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom have a global leadership opportunity in developing clean hydrogen, through a broad collaboration involving policy,
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have developed an innovative technology that can produce hydrogen from biomass. An IISc statement points out that most of the hydrogen currently use comes from fossil fuels through a process called the steam methane reforming route. Now, the IISc team has found a way
ADNOC Distribution will operate the station, being built in Masdar City, upon its completion later this year. A second station, in Dubai Golf City, will be fitted with a conventional hydrogen fuelling system.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer said that green hydrogen is an environmentally-friendly energy source and represents one of the pillars of a sustainable future for accelerating the transition to carbon neutrality.
The news that India’s two of the richest men in Indian are vying to be at the forefront of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambition to ramp up green energy capacity is uplifting (“Fossil fuel giants in fierce battle for solar domination,” July 9, Gulf Today).
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), the global initiative championed by the UAE and its clean energy powerhouse Masdar to accelerate sustainable development, will hold its first annual Green Hydrogen Summit this year,
Suhail Al Mazrouei said the UAE is continuing to cooperate with various international players in the energy sector, most notably in the area of clean energy, to make it a model of leading the international efforts in the renewable energy sector.
Green hydrogen is a vital component in the pursuit of a clean energy future and the UAE has the potential for its development, a senior official of a global company which assists economies get into sustainable, reliable and affordable energy systems, said.
The Government of India recently announced a $2.3 billion plan to promote “green hydrogen” - hydrogen produced with renewable energy - which experts have said could be the clean fuel of the future. A government press release said that the National Green Hydrogen Mission will support the production, use and exports of green