The renowned Belgian group John Cockerill is gearing up to make its mark in the Algerian market, setting its sights on renewable energies and the burgeoning sector of green hydrogen.
South Africa unveils a game-changing tax break for electric and hydrogen vehicle production. The initiative, announced in the recent budget, offers a substantial 150% tax deduction, aiming to galvanize investment and innovation in the automotive landscape.
Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El-Molla, recently convened with Tanzanian Deputy Minister of Energy for Energy Transition, Judith Kapinga, to deliberate on bolstering cooperation in the domains of natural gas and green hydrogen.
Industrial Promotion Services (IPS) and Westgass Internasjonal have joined forces with the Government of Uganda to establish a green hydrogen-based fertilizer production facility. This initiative, backed by Norfund and Norad, aims to leverage Uganda’s renewable energy potential.
In recent developments, Egypt has embarked on a journey towards green hydrogen, with a keen eye on collaboration opportunities with the European Union (EU).
The Phelan Green Energy Group, spearheading the R47-billion Saldanha Green Hydrogen Project, is not only ambitiously developing a colossal hydrogen plant but is also exploring innovative ways to seamlessly integrate excess renewable electricity into the local power grid.
Mozambique, endowed with abundant natural resources and a strategic geographical location, is poised to embark on a transformative journey towards becoming a frontrunner in hydrogen production within southern Africa by the year 2030.
Anglo American Platinum, BMW Group South Africa, and Sasol South Africa Limited have forged a collaboration agreement to introduce hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and establish supporting hydrogen refueling technology in South Africa.
The Ugandan government has joined hands with Industrial Promotion Services (Kenya) Limited (IPS) and Westgass Internasjonal AS (Norway) to establish a green hydrogen-based fertilizer plant.
Namibia is setting its sights on an ambitious future, aiming to leverage both abundant renewable resources and recent oil & gas discoveries to power economic growth.