Jordan’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has taken a major step towards enhancing the nation’s green energy prospects, formalising a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Jordan Green Ammonia Company (JGA).
This latest MoU marks the third such agreement in the realm of green hydrogen and green ammonia production, underscoring Jordan’s commitment to sustainable energy development.
The focal point of this partnership is to initiate a year-long preliminary feasibility study, which will lay the groundwork for a green hydrogen project with the potential to transform the nation’s energy landscape.
Minister Kharabsheh stated that this endeavour aligns with Jordan’s broader economic modernisation vision for the years 2020-2030, which places a strong emphasis on investing in green hydrogen production.
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