Turkiye in energy talks with UAE on hydrogen production, offshore wind facility

Turkiye is currently in talks with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the production of hydrogen and the construction of an offshore wind facility, as Ankara continues to build on its restored relationship with the Gulf state. In July, following Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s prominent visit to the UAE the previous month, the two countries signed energy cooperation agreements worth an estimated $29.7 billion. Those energy ties have reportedly advanced during the following months, with Turkish Energy Minister Alparslan Bayraktar revealing to journalists on Thursday that Ankara and Abu Dhabi are now in talks to construct an offshore wind facility and to produce hydrogen. According to Alparslan, Emirati companies have taken an interest in Turkiye’s initiative to transform and […] Source

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