South Africa is in an extraordinary position to revolutionise its own economy and supply green hydrogen to the world, according to a report from PwC.
Transforming solely the power sector only gets the world one-third of the way to net-zero emissions says a new International Energy Agency report, emphasising the need for greater efforts in other key sectors.
Germany and Nigeria have agreed to establish a hydrogen exploration partnership that will benefit West Africa.
The DBSA and the IDC have committed project development funding to create a South African stationary fuel cell technology business.
In collaboration with the private sector, a South African government-led hydrogen fuel cell initiative will serve as alternative energy sources to the country's electricity grid.
The economic and energy benefits of green hydrogen, is one of the many prospects discussed during the recent South African Wind Energy Association’s webinar.
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To achieve decarbonisation cost-effectively, a report examines renewable energy carriers and new zero-carbon energy supply chains such as hydrogen and HVDC.
A Japanese consortium has launched the Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R), a renewable energy-powered 10MW-class hydrogen production unit, the largest-class in the world.