NEOM Green Hydrogen Co. (NGHC) announced this week the appointment of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) as the sub-EPC contractor for its massive green hydrogen plant in Saudi Arabia. Under the terms of the contract, L&T will execute power grid and power generation works for the plant on an EPC basis.
NGHC’s primary EPC contractor and system integrator Air Products (a joint venture partner) signed the agreement with L&T.
Located in NEOM, NGHC’s mega-plant will integrate up to 4 GW of solar and wind energy to produce up to 600 tons per day of carbon-free hydrogen in the form of green ammonia as a cost-effective solution for transportation globally. Green ammonia output is expected up to 1.2 million tonnes.
Air Products will be the exclusive off-taker of the project. It intends to transport the generated green ammonia around the world to be dissociated to produce green hydrogen for the transportation market.
The plant at NEOM is scheduled for commissioning by 2026.
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600tpd for 365 days/yr comes to 219,000 tpy… where is 1.2 million tonnes coming from ..???
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