6 African countries set up green hydrogen alliance

Africa could become something of a superpower over the coming century, and a new consortium of six nations has come together to set up a green hydrogen alliance in a bid to supercharge the continent’s hydrogen sector

Kenya, South Africa, Namibia, Egypt, Morocco and Mauritania partnered to foster development in their hydrogen economy, which they claim could offer a number of quality of life benefits, including economic development.

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(Source: IndustryEurope by Ash Jones 24/05/2022 )

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