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Egyptian officials draw up green hydrogen incentives

Issue 501 - 29 Feb 2024 - By John Hamilton | 3 minute read

For Egypt, the development of green hydrogen production capacity is not just an interesting economic sideline that has emerged out of the global push to achieve net-zero, but a potential lifeline for the economy. Officials have put in place a governance infrastructure and fiscal incentives in the hope of making the most of the GH2 opening.

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