Establishment of Bahrain’s First Green Hydrogen Plant Discussed

by BTM

Mon, 10 January 2022

Establishment of Bahrain’s First Green Hydrogen Plant Discussed

A project to establish the first factory producing green hydrogen in Bahrain has been unveiled.  The Sustainable Energy Authority (SEA) President, Dr. Abdulhussein bin Ali Mirza, discussed the project with a high-level delegation from Al Judy Company, led by its Chairman, Ibrahim Ali.

The meeting, which was held at the SEA office at the Bahrain Financial Harbour, was also attended by the company’s board member, Kurt Christensen. Dr. Mirza outlined the SEA initiatives and projects for 2022, including a plan to benefit from the green hydrogen.

The delegation gave an overview about its plan to establish a four-Megawatt plant for the production of green hydrogen – a first in the Arabian Gulf region. The company which holds a patent registered in Germany, has also been conferred the gold medal for best invention.

The factory will be established according to the highest level of international standards in construction and operational stage. The project will be built in its first phase on a land with a total area of 20,000 sq.m and an estimated cost of USD150 million.