Brooge Energy Ltd, a Cayman Islands-based infrastructure provider, has announced a partnership with Siemens Energy to build a PV solar farm to supply its Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia project in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Brooge Renewable Energy (BRE), a subsidiary of Brooge Energy, and Siemens Energy will work together to build up to a 650 MW solar PV plant to supply BRE’s planned Phase 1 of the green ammonia project with renewable energy.
Siemens Energy will serve as the Technical Partner to Brooge, providing exclusive solutions such as engineering, design procurement, and construction of up to a 650 MW solar PV plant, including grid connection and operation and maintenance services. The two companies will partner to obtain the necessary project approvals from governmental agencies as a first step of the project.
The green ammonia project, led by BRE, aims to produce renewable, carbon-free fuel using solar power. The project aims to have a positive impact on the UAE economy by promoting the growth of the renewable energy sector, creating new job opportunities, and reducing the country’s reliance on fossil fuels. It also aims to contribute to the global effort to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change.
The UAE has a critical role to play in the global energy transition, and by launching this project, Brooge Energy is demonstrating its commitment to sustainable energy while contributing to the country’s energy transition journey. Lina Saheb, Interim Chief Executive Officer, expressed her excitement about the partnership with Siemens Energy, stating, “together we take a step toward a greener future.”
The green ammonia project is one of the first privately owned company green ammonia projects in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The project is a significant milestone in the UAE’s energy transition journey and demonstrates the country’s commitment to sustainable energy.
The partnership between Brooge Energy and Siemens Energy is a step towards a greener future and will have a positive impact on the UAE’s economy and the global efforts to reduce carbon emissions.