The green hydrogen project will be developed by South Marmara Development Agency, Enerjisa Üretim Santralleri A.Ş., Eti Maden Operations General Directorate, TÜBİTAK MAM and ASPİLSAN Enerji A.Ş.
In developing this green hydrogen plant, it will help cater for the growing energy demands in Turkey with the Southern Marmara Region one of the key locations in the country for its electricity demands.
With renewable energy capabilities in the area, it also proves a basis to build green hydrogen plants in order to decarbonise much of Turkey’s industries.
Turkey also holds significant promise in producing large quantities of green hydrogen and, with its geographical location, it could provide exports of the clean energy carrier to Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
This could help the nation become a powerhouse for green hydrogen.
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