Egypt green hydrogen map

Beset by crises, Egypt’s Sisi doubles down on green hydrogen hopes

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Issue 501 - 29 Feb 2024 - By John Hamilton | 10 minute read

Weighed down by financial and geopolitical risks, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s administration continues to push its green hydrogen (GH2) agenda - including the signing of seven new agreements. It is a risky proposition but, if schemes can be proved bankable, tens of billions of dollars of investment could transform Egypt’s economic prospects. John Hamilton looks at who is involved and where GH2 megaprojects have got to so far.

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