Recognizing the game-changing role of Green Hydrogen in rolling back climate change, more than 130 countries around the world, including the Sultanate of Oman, have committed to Net Zero by 2050. At the same time, tens of billions of dollars are being pledged by governments and corporations in green energy projects. Equally large sums are also being invested in technologies across the energy ecosystem to help drive down the cost of hydrogen production, storage and transportation.
Oman has gone further than most in placing Green Hydrogen front and center of its decarbonization strategy. Since the launch of its National Hydrogen Strategy last October, the Sultanate has embarked on a path-breaking journey, complete with aggressive delivery timelines, to support the growth of a green energy ecosystem. Investments of a ballpark $190 billion are targeted in the realization of this vision over the next three decades – an ambition that can only be achieved through collaborative partnerships, joint ventures and knowledge sharing.