Northern Africa emerges as a prime hub for green hydrogen investments, attracting a staggering estimated investment of over US$17 billion. Industrial Info Resources, headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, reveals insights into this burgeoning sector, tracking 25 green hydrogen projects strategically positioned across Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia.
GreenGo Energy unveils ambitious plans for a billion-dollar hydrogen production project in Mauritania. The initiative, named Megaton Moon, aims to revolutionize renewable energy production, surpassing Denmark’s total capacity tenfold.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s pledge of €4 billion by 2030 for renewable energy projects in Africa is a transformative step towards advancing clean energy, green hydrogen, and critical raw material extraction on the continent.
Algeria’s Minister of Energy and Mines, Mohamed Arkab, alongside Germany’s Parliamentary State Secretary Stefan Wenzel, inaugurated the fifth German-Algerian Energy Day in Algiers. This pivotal event, part of the longstanding German-Algerian Energy Partnership, centers on discussions about the reconstruction and enhancement of the hydrogen gas pipeline corridor, stretching from Algeria through Tunisia, Italy, and Austria to southern Germany.
Namibia, a nation blessed with abundant renewable resources, has embarked on an audacious $20 billion green hydrogen project, backed by the European Union (EU). While the project promises economic revitalization and environmental sustainability, recent investigations have raised concerns about its potential impact on nature and local livelihoods.
In a strategic move, the European Union is positioning Egypt as a pivotal partner in its energy ambitions, particularly in the realm of green hydrogen. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, during her recent visit to Egypt, emphasized the EU’s vision for substantial investments in the Arab country’s clean energy sector.
Hydrogène de France (HDF Energy) has announced its co-development partnership for the White Dunes project, a groundbreaking initiative poised to establish a green hydrogen production plant in Morocco’s Dakhla region.
Namibia is set to become a key player in the green hydrogen landscape as Germany’s Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und-prüfung (BAM) announces plans for a green hydrogen pilot plant and refueling station near Walvis Bay.
Moroccan utility system construction company ‘Falcon Capital Dakhla’ has inked a pivotal partnership with French HDF Energy to construct new green hydrogen production plant.
The European Commission’s ambitious plan for a €1 billion green hydrogen and raw materials partnership with Namibia is facing uncertainty as the southern African nation refrained from signing the multicountry “Samoa Agreement.”