Project – Abu Dhabi

Project Locations

Location Abu Dhabi
Annual Production Capacity Phase I – 0.1 Mn TPY
Phase II – 1 Mn TPY
SCoD Phase I – 2027
Phase II – 2030

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE and is largest emirate in the United Arab Emirates, occupying 84 per cent of the national landmass territory. It has 200 islands and a long coastline stretching 700km. Its total area is 67,340 sq. km.

Abu Dhabi is playing leading role in energy transition. Abu Dhabi has launched its Clean Energy Strategic Target for 2035 for Electricity Production (“Strategic Target 2035”) which will provide certainty for investments, encouraging further implementation, technology development and innovation to generate energy from all types of clean sources. Also, Abu Dhabi is having very good solar resource and one of the lowest cost of solar power in the world.

Abu Dhabi has recently announced a comprehensive public policy aimed at promoting the use of low-carbon hydrogen as a key energy source in the Emirate. The policy includes the establishment of a dedicated hydrogen hub, which will support the production, distribution, and export of low-carbon hydrogen, as well as the creation of a regulatory framework to incentivize investment in the sector. 

Above will help in achieving UAE’s National Energy Strategy 2050 target of increasing the contribution of clean energy to fifty percent (50%) of the installed power capacity mix by 2050 and achieving UAE Net Zero by 2050. UAE will host the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) in November 2023.

Project Location : Odisha – Gopalpur
Annual Production capacity :

Phase I – 0.1 Mn TPY

Phase II – 1 Mn TPY

SCoD :

Phase I – 2027

Phase II – 2030

  • Ocior Energy signed MoU with the Government of Odisha  01st December 2022 for construction of green hydrogen and green ammonia projects in the state
  • Focus on port-led industrial development is part of the Odisha state plans which makes this Project ideal for catering green energy demand of the South East Asian and European markets