World Ptx Summit 2020: Several Goals Were achieved Towards Emergence of Green Hydrogen Subsidiary
Rabat – Morocco has achieved several preparatory goals to contribute to the emergence of a green hydrogen subsidiary, said Tuesday Minister of Energy, Mining and Environment, Aziz Rabbah.
Speaking at the World Power-to-X Summit 2020 which kicked off Tuesday through video-conference, the minister said that hydrogen offers today an opportunity for the Kingdom which has achieved several goals in order to contribute to the emergence of this green subsidiary.
“We have carried out several specific studies to assess the maturity of technologies and potentials in this area, and we have also studied the socio-economic opportunities of hydrogen for our country,” he noted.
Thanks to the royal orientations, Morocco enjoys several assets used for its sustainable development and that of the African continent, namely political stability, advanced partnership especially with countries of the European Union and an attractive business climate, Rabbah added.
Morocco also enjoys a significant hydrogen potential, a considerable deposit of renewable energies with an internationally recognized experience, maritime and electrical connectivity, a recognized experience in the implementation of the energy, infrastructure, industry, agriculture and water sectors, the minister said.
Held on December 1-3, the World Ptx Summit 2020 is a joint effort between the Moroccan Research Institute for Solar Energy and New Energies (IRESEN) and the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), aiming towards the creation of a regional platform, dedicated to Green Hydrogen and its applications within the whole “Power-To-X” (Ptx) economy.
This platform will trigger high-level discussions and partnerships for a new clean energy era, enabled by the Green Hydrogen opportunities
The event is a must-attend event for policy-makers, industry leaders, research experts and global innovators to discuss PtX in-depth in a variety of high-level panels and sessions.
More than 2,000 people from some 60 countries on five continents have already confirmed their participation in this international summit.