Preliminary approval has been granted to H2-Industries by the General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone (SC°Zone) for the development of a 1GW LOHC Hydrogen Hub at East Port-Said which will be the first project of its type in the world. The hydrogen plant will be fed with 4 million tons of organic waste and non-recyclable plastic per year secured at the Mediterranean entrance to the canal. The Suez Canal Project will produce 300,000 tons of green hydrogen per year at half the levelized cost of current green hydrogen production technologies, taking the cost even lower than current levels for low-carbon and grey hydrogen production.
Dii Desert Energy aims at reaching emission free energy value chains from flexible demand, storage, transport, green electrons (power) generation and conversion to ‘green molecules’ (e.g. Hydrogen, LOHC and other synthetic ‘green’ products) and the transport of ‘green electrons’ in the MENA region and supporting MENA to become a net exporter of green electrons and green molecules to the world markets.
Dii Associated Partners:
Dii desert energy as a “network of networks”
Green hydrogen is central to the energy transition. The AquaVentus flagship project aims to set an example worldwide with climate-friendly hydrogen technology. With Helgoland in the German Bay, it has an optimal real laboratory to achieve the goals of the German and European long term hydrogen strategy.
The aim of the > 300 MW solar projects is to build scalable solar power plants in order to meet Botswana’s and South Africa’s immediate electricity demands and for the region’s long-term consumption.
Rather than burn coal, we transform it into LOHC, a sustainable storage medium which can be recharged endlessly
H2-City will be built as a self-sustaining emission-free city with living space and industrial production. The city will be located on the edge of the desert in South Namibia on the coast northeast of Lüderitz.