In an intriguing development, German project developers are exploring the possibility of producing hydrogen for Europe’s industries by utilizing an existing power plant in Angola.
The green hydrogen sector in Egypt has emerged as a critical component in meeting the country’s increasing energy demands while combating the climate crisis and reducing dependence on fossil fuels.
The Environment Investment Fund of Namibia (EIF) has taken a significant step forward in its pursuit of green hydrogen development by inviting consultancy bids to conduct feasibility studies for three hydrogen valleys identified under the country’s Green Hydrogen Strategy.
Under the leadership of Minister of Petroleum, Mines, and Energy Abdessalam Mohamed Salh, Mauritania has unveiled plans to develop hydrogen projects capable of generating an impressive 80 GW of electrolyser capacity.
Total Energies, under the leadership of CEO Patrick Pouyanné, has announced plans to study a major wind and solar project in Morocco with the aim of exporting electricity to Europe.
Namibia has achieved a significant milestone in its green hydrogen economy with the signing of a deal with HYPHEN Hydrogen Energy for the next phase of a $10 billion project in the Tsau//Khaeb National Park within the Namib Desert.
The Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) has taken a significant step towards establishing a new Green Hydrogen industrial complex in Egypt’s Integrated Sokhna area.
The Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) has announced a significant development in its efforts to promote green hydrogen projects and renewable energy partnerships.
Sovereign funds and government entities in the Gulf states and Egypt are collaborating with international energy firms, pouring billions of dollars into the development of green hydrogen plants.
In a bid to solidify its position as a leading global hub for green hydrogen manufacturing, the Egyptian government has introduced a draft bill that would provide substantial tax incentives to green hydrogen projects.