VNT (Vrinda Nano Technologies), based in Gurugram, India, a leading global provider of High-Efficiency Power systems and Green Power Solutions, enters into a substantial agreement with Larsen & Toubro (L&T). This collaboration focuses on delivering Wireless String Monitoring Boxes for the largest utility-scale hydrogen plant globally, located at Oxagon within Saudi Arabia's NEOM region.

The NEOM Green Hydrogen Company (NGHC) spearheads this colossal endeavour with a goal to generate around 600 tons of hydrogen without carbon emissions daily by 2026. The project emphasises the utilisation of renewable energy, primarily sourced from wind and solar power, in line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 for a more eco-friendly and sustainable energy landscape.

In the Power Elements package, Larsen & Toubro has obtained the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) agreement. This encompasses erecting a 2.2 GW PV Solar Plant, a 1.65 GW Wind Generation Balance Plant, a 400 MWh Battery Energy Storage System, 3 units of 380 kV Switching Stations, and installing 306 kilometres of 380 kV Overhead lines to enhance the Kingdom’s Grid network.

This integration of cutting-edge technology promises enhanced efficiency and reliability, underscoring the commitment to advancing green energy solutions. This collaboration not only propels NEOM's ambitious renewable energy goals but also sets a benchmark for technological innovation in the pursuit of a sustainable future.