The development of clean energy resources continues to evolve across the Middle East. A region more readily associated with conventional energy resources such as oil and gas, the Middle East also has significant solar and wind energy capacity, with some of the world's largest and cheapest solar and wind projects found in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Qatar. Global interest in clean hydrogen has increased in recent years alongside the need to source emission-free energy alternatives in order to achieve carbon neutrality goals. Recognising the potential of clean hydrogen, the region is now looking to diversify its economy through the production of clean hydrogen. The availability of existing oil and gas infrastructure and cheap renewable generation makes the GCC countries ideally placed to capitalise on this.
Learn more about the hydrogen market in the Middle East through this briefing which discusses market trends, the regulatory environment and certification, recent hydrogen projects and more.