Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Namibia’s minister of foreign relations and cooperation, says the country’s generation of green hydrogen is one way it’s helping to address global problems.
According to Nandi-Ndaitwah, this is a massive undertaking in the southern region of Namibia, which has been named by experts as one of the top five places in the world to produce low-carbon hydrogen.
In 2026, the facility will begin manufacturing green hydrogen at a rate of 300,000 metric tons per year.
Just recently Germany pledged to support hydrogen projects in Namibia. The projects include a hydrogen dual fuel locomotive pilot, a refueling station at Walvis Bay, and agricultural and port applications for green hydrogen.