Hydrogen-Africa looks forwards to keeping the community up to date as Geopolitical Developments in Africa gather place. Perhaps for the first time as become a major renewable energy and hydrogen player and, pipelines permitting a hydrogen energy exporter.


Expanding hydrogen production is likely to be one of the biggest industrial tasks of the coming decades. The market for green hydrogen, made from renewable energy, is expected to be worth $9.8 billion by 2028. In Hydrogen-Africa Events’ latest report, we highlight the progress made so far towards a clean hydrogen economy, with executive analysis from hydrogen 2022, together with our partner Charley Rattan Associate.

By 2035, more than 50Mt / year of cost-competitive green hydrogen can be produced to meet local demand, grow the domestic economy, support local communities, and export to major international off-takers as hydrogen reshapes global energy integration.


The conference is the leading platform for hydrogen project developments and investment opportunities where industry experts from government institutions, key private sector, and international investors are brought together to engage on solutions to unlock Africa’s green hydrogen outstanding potential.

This exclusive forum promotes great collaboration between governments, the private sector, and key stakeholders from the Europe and Africa hydrogen value chain to ensure the continent can lead in the development of green hydrogen.

On the 25th of May, launching the second event in Paris, with relevant speakers from Africa and Europe sharing guidelines and insights to promote green hydrogen in Africa.


Investors, experts, and senior executives across the whole hydrogen and fuel cells industry interested in meeting potential partners:

  • Hydrogen Producers and Suppliers
  • Fuel Cell Companies
  • Automotive OEMs
  • Hydrogen Storage Companies
  • Regulatory Bodies & Government Officials
  • Technology Providers
  • Component Manufacturers Industrial End-users
  • Financial Stakeholders and Investors
  • Sustainability and Mobility Technology Providers
  • Energy Companies
  • Integrated Oil & Gas Companies
  • Ammonia and Fertiliser producers
  • Agronomy sector
  • Mining and mineral sectors.

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