CWP Global has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mauritania on green hydrogen, potentially worth 40 billion dollars.
CWP, which has renewable energy projects in Europe and Australia, has set out plans for a solar and wind project it calls Aman.
It will locate this in the north of Mauritania, covering a site of around 8,500 square km.
The company said this would be the “world’s biggest renewable energy project”. It involves the export of green hydrogen and its derivatives.
Sankulleh Janko reports.