Mona Dajani, partner in the Project Development & Finance practice, Global Head of Renewables, Global Head of Energy & Infrastructure (Projects) and Head of the Hydrogen and Ammonia Practice (Americas) at Shearman & Sterling, discussed opportunities and implications of hydrogen energy in the Middle East and North Africa region at an event hosted by ABANA, in partnership with Middle East Policy Council in Washington, D.C.
The conversation entitled “Hydrogen Energy: Opportunities and Implications in the MENA Region” featured Mona, alongside Joseph Alfred, Chief Executive Officer at Ally Power and Dr. Paul Sullivan, Non–Resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center, as speakers.
ABANA is a nonprofit association for finance professionals and institutions with interest in the Middle East and North Africa region.
The Middle East Policy Council (MEPC) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to contribute to American understanding of the political, economic and cultural issues that affect U.S. interests in the Middle East.
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