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.
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Germany has pledged €450 million (approximately $486 million) in climate finance at the inaugural Africa Climate Summit.
The future of rail travel in Africa is about to witness a significant transformation as TransNamib, the national railway operator, sets its sights on launching the continent’s inaugural hydrogen pilot project.
Hydrogen Development Federation (HDF) Energy revealed plans to construct Africa’s first large-scale green hydrogen project on the outskirts of Swakopmund, Namibia.
The European Union is set to provide enormous subsidies for a proposed hydrogen pipeline that would stretch from Bavaria, through Austria and Italy, to North Africa.
Morocco’s recent move to promote the use of green hydrogen is a clear indication that governments across Africa are committed to achieving environmental sustainability and improving regional competitiveness.
Europe’s ambitious plans for producing green hydrogen, a renewable form of hydrogen produced with renewable energy, have sparked a race among African countries eager to become suppliers.
Since worldwide policies promote renewable energy as an alternative to fossil fuels, green hydrogen generation in Africa has been the world’s focus.