GMIS Mobilizes Global Efforts in Green Hydrogen

The Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (GMIS) organized a promotional tour in Italy.

This is in preparation for the 28th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28).

This tour brought together top officials from both public and private sectors of the UAE and Italy to discuss the role of green hydrogen in fostering sustainable industrial development in the region.

The Green Hydrogen Initiative

The tour entitled “Green Hydrogen and its Role in Achieving Sustainable Industrial Development” included many discussions.

These discussions revolved around innovative solutions, partnerships, and initiatives to reduce carbon emissions in the industrial sector.

Moreover, the event highlighted efforts by the UAE’s Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure to increase green hydrogen production and export.

UAE’s Visionary Approach

Sharif Al Olama, Undersecretary for Energy and Petroleum Affairs in the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, delivered a keynote speech (online).

He highlighted the launch of the National Hydrogen Strategy 2050. He also discussed factors driving global hydrogen production efforts.

These factors include strong regulatory frameworks, infrastructure development, foreign direct investment attraction, research and development, innovation, and global collaboration.

Finally, Al Olama extended an open invitation to officials and investors in the Northern Adriatic region to witness UAE’s achievements and explore investment opportunities.

Shaping a Sustainable Industrial Future

Namir Hourani, Managing Director of GMIS’s Organizing Committee, stated that GMIS embodies the UAE’s commitment to shaping a sustainable future for global industrial sector.

Since its inception in 2016, GMIS has been instrumental in mobilizing global efforts for inclusive and sustainable industrial development.

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