Waleid Gamal El-Dien, chairman of Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZONE) met with a Dutch delegation of officials of the Embassy of the State of the Netherlands in Egypt, representatives of Rotterdam City, and officials of the consortium led by the Egyptian Dutch Company for Business Development of Companies, which is working in the Field of Energy and Green Hydrogen at SCZONE’S Sokhna headquarters.
This happened because of SCZONE’s participation in the Global Hydrogen Forum in Rotterdam last May at the invitation of the Dutch government.
During the meeting, SCZONE chairman signed a cooperation protocol with the Dutch consortium and Rotterdam City. The protocol aims to attract investments in establishing green hydrogen production plants and facilities. Furthermore, the produced green fuel will be used for supplying all kinds of vehicles, according to the announcement.