Chinese wind turbine firm, Envision Energy will be supplying 1.67 GW wind turbines to NEOM Green Hydrogen Company. Located at Oxagon, Saudi Arabia, NEOM is the world’s largest utility-scale hydrogen plant powered completely by renewable energy.
As per the deal, the firm will install its 171-6.5MW wind turbines that are expected to be fully operational by 2026.
“We are proud to be associated with such an ambitious project that will pave the way for other companies to follow suit in pursuing sustainable initiatives.This contract represents a significant milestone for both our companies and the industry at large,” said Zhang Lei, CEO of Envision Energy.
“We are extremely excited to collaborate with Envision on this groundbreaking project,” said Wolfgang Brand,Vice President of NEOM Green Hydrogen from Air Products.
“This milestone demonstrates our shared commitment towards meeting sustainability objectives through project deliveries,” he added.
As a part of its targets, NEOM aims to produce carbon-free hydrogen using entirely renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power to produce up to 600 tonnes per day of carbon-free hydrogen by the end of 2026.
David Edmondson, CEO of NEOM Green Hydrogen Company, said, “Partnering with Envision Energy to deliver sustainable energy will enable NGHC to drive our vision of leading the global energy transition. We look forward to working closely as one team over the next few years during the project execution phase and subsequently into long term reliable operation.”
In addition to wind turbine technology, Envision also has expertise in new energy infrastructure, combining renewables with energy storage, digital grid, and power-to-x (P2X) technologies.