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Green hydrogen from Morocco as a consequence of the European hydrogen strategy


 

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Matt Chester on Nov 23, 2020

With vast solar and wind capacity, Morocco is preparing to create green ammonia for fertiliser as an early step to building a ‘power-to-X’ industry

This is an interesting headline for sure. There have always been a select number of countries that saw energy-related exports as key to their economies and it was always based on what happened to be located underneath their feet, but interestingly hydrogen looks to be one of the ways in which countries can create and build out that type of role in the world economy-- a geopolitical trend to watch

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