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The story of Neom Green Hydrogen Company is truly unique. At scale, this project is the first-of-its-kind internationally, leading the world in the hydrogen revolution. Harnessing the energy of Saudi Arabia’s abundant natural resources, NGHC’s project will pave the way for the large-scale adoption of green hydrogen, while driving Saudi Vision 2030’s sustainable development goals. Paul Hickin, editor-in-chief at Hydrogen Economist spoke to David Edmondson, CEO of NGHC along with Carina Radford, a partner in White & Case’s energy, infrastructure and project finance group and Alec Johnson, a partner in White & Case’s project development and finance group about how easily the success can be replicated, what are the opportunities for green hydrogen across the Middle East and what’s next for the wider hydrogen economy.
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