Longi, Mingyang, Shuangliang to Provide Electrolyzers for Projects in Middle East, China

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These Chinese electrolyzer manufacturers have secured orders for a total of 65 MW for projects in Oman, Thailand, and Uzbekistan.

Chinese electrolyzer manufacturers—Longi, Mingyang, and Shuangliang—have secured a combined 65 MW of orders in January for projects across the Middle East and Asia. These electrolyzers will be shipped to project sites in Oman, Thailand, and Uzbekistan.

Longi has been awarded a bid to supply PowerChina, a state-owned construction firm, with 20 MW of electrolyzers for installation at ACWA Power’s pilot green ammonia project in Uzbekistan. ACWA’s ammonia plant is set to be commissioned by the end of 2024 and will produce 3,000 tons of renewable hydrogen for an existing ammonia facility in Chirchiq, approximately 32 km from the capital city of Tashkent.


Recently, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development considered a $58.2 million loan with preferential terms for the pilot, which is expected to cost $95.4 million in total. In addition to the current ammonia facilities in Uzbekistan, ACWA Power considered plans for a larger 500,000 tons-per-year green ammonia complex.

Shuangliang Eco-Energy System also received a 20 MW electrolyzer order from an Omani company, United Solar Polysilicon, as part of a wider contract to supply a polysilicon plant in the Sohar Free Zone. Mingyang recently expanded its business into electrolyzer manufacturing and announced that it will partner with IBCLNG on a 25 MW electrolyzer project in Thailand. IBCLNG plans to supply hydrogen from this project to the country’s steel industry.