Fusion Fuel Green Partners With CCC to Develop Hydrogen Plant

The world is running after clean energy sources, and green hydrogen has evolved as one of the best possible sources of fuel or electricity.

A green hydrogen technology company, headquartered in Ireland, Fusion Fuel Green PLC has announced that it has partnered with Consolidated Contractors Group S.A.L. (CCC), to develop a green hydrogen plant in the Middle East.  

CCC and Fusion Fuel, both have agreed to collaborate on projects that involve the production of green hydrogen. Then the produced hydrogen can be used by the potential clients in the refining and petrochemical industries in order to reduce their carbon footprint. 

Both the companies are planning to develop some demonstrator plants in various countries in the region, particularly Oman, Kuwait, and Qatar.

Fusion Fuel Green is dedicated to making zero-emissions green hydrogen commercially viable and accessible. The firm has created a revolutionary proprietary electrolyzer solution that allows it to produce hydrogen at highly competitive costs using renewable energy. 

Recounting the partnership, the Head of Business Development at Fusion Fuel, Joao Wahnon says, “We are delighted to be partnering with the CCC to open this new market. The Middle East represents a big opportunity and a very promising region for us, given the high levels of solar exposure, strong appetite for green hydrogen projects, and strategic geographic position between Europe and Asia.”

“We are excited to bring Fusion Fuel’s revolutionary technology to the Middle East,” Joao added. 

Recently on April 30, 2021, Fusion Fuel announced that it has reached a collaboration agreement with the Elecnor Group (BME: ENO) for the development of green hydrogen projects in Spain using Fusion Fuel’s HEVO-SOLAR technology.

Ane one month before that, it had signed an MoU with BGR Energy Systems Limited, one of India’s leading EPC companies, to develop green hydrogen projects in India.

Where CCC is an engineering and construction company in the Middle East, which has a worldwide turnover of over USD 4 Billion. Its Director of Business Development, Dori Barakat expressed, “We are very pleased to cooperate with Fusion Fuel towards the building of Green Hydrogen and Ammonia plants and to bring our expertise in construction projects, particularly in the Middle East.”

“This cooperation between our companies will generate new opportunities in the development of green energies,” Dori added. 

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