SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt, Nov. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Israeli company H2Pro and Moroccan renewable energy developer Gaia Energy announce the signing of a strategic agreement today during the UN Climate Conference (COP 27). The two companies revealed plans for their new partnership in the presence of Tamar Zandberg, Israel’s Minister of Environmental Protection, Lior Ben Dor, Director for Egypt and the Maghreb at the Israeli Foreign Ministry, Rachid Tahiri, Head of the Division of Climate Change and Green Economy for Morocco’s Ministry of Energy Transition & Sustainable Development, and Kelthoum Belhaj, Head of Green Economy Unit for Morocco’s Ministry of Energy Transition & Sustainable Development. Under the historic agreement, Gaia will use a range of 10-20 MW-scale H2Pro electrolyzer technology for a demo project in Morocco, while exploring in parallel the use of H2Pro technology in a Gigawatt-scale system currently being developed by Gaia within the Kingdom.
[H2Pro in PR Newswire] Israeli company H2Pro and Moroccan renewable energy developer Gaia Energy sign agreement at UN Climate Conference for co-development of Gigawatt-scale green hydrogen project
Read more here.