China’s Sungrow will supply inverter technology for a 2.2 GW solar plant in Oxagon, which will be the Middle East’s largest PV array. The solar plant will power a green hydrogen facility and employ a modular inverter solution with energy storage and high protection capability. The project is backed by NGHC, a joint venture between ACWA Power, Air Products, and Neom. The green hydrogen plant aims to produce up to 600 tonnes of carbon-free hydrogen daily using renewable energy sources by the end of 2026.
- Saudi Arabia to power green hydrogen project with 2.2 GW of solar