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Sharjah-based sustainability group, BEEAH, signed an agreement to build the United Arab Emirates’ first waste-to-hydrogen power plant. The memorandum of understanding was signed between BEEAH, Air Water (a Japanese gas conglomerate), and Chinook Sciences (a British waste-to-fuel technology firm). The goal is to create a facility that will convert waste wood and plastic to hydrogen which will then be used for fuel. This agreement is reflective of UAE’s policy of moving towards green technology, away from oil and gas.

UAE To Open Facility That Converts Waste To Green Hydrogen

Sharjah-based sustainability group, BEEAH, signed an agreement to build the United Arab Emirates’ first waste-to-hydrogen power plant. The memorandum of understanding was signed between BEEAH, Air Water (a Japanese gas conglomerate), and Chinook Sciences (a British waste-to-fuel technology firm). The goal is to create a facility that will convert waste wood and plastic to hydrogen which will then be used for fuel. This agreement is reflective of UAE’s policy of moving towards green technology, away from oil and gas.

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