Jordan Plans To Introduce Regulations For Green Hydrogen Projects In Renewable Energy Push

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According to a Jordanian official, Jordan is set to introduce regulations for green hydrogen projects as part of a national strategy to expand the utilization of renewable energy and export green hydrogen to other nations.


The country has already approved various solar and wind power initiatives, and it is on track to achieve its goal of increasing renewables in the energy mix to 50% by 2030, with levels reaching approximately 29% by mid-2023.

The Jordanian Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry’s director of the renewable energy fund, Rasmi Hamza, stated at an energy seminar in Amman that enabling the renewable energy sector is among the Ministry’s top priorities.


Furthermore, the Ministry is exploring legal and organizational options for this sector and is devising a strategy for producing and exporting green hydrogen, which is expected to play a significant role in Jordan’s future green energy initiatives.

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