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.
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Germany’s Power-to-X Development Fund has unveiled a significant €270 million grant opportunity aimed at enhancing hydrogen production in select countries, including Morocco, South Africa, Brazil, Egypt, Georgia, India, and Kenya.
South Africa emerges as a potential secure producer, offering a strategic supply to Germany and beyond. Despite the promise, challenges persist in storing and distributing this renewable resource.
South Africa emerges as a potential powerhouse in green hydrogen production, poised to become a key supplier for Germany and Europe.
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Germany has pledged EUR 23.1 million (USD 24.65 million) to South Africa. The financing, orchestrated by development bank KfW on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), is designated to advance the development of a robust green hydrogen economy in South Africa.
South Africa’s pursuit of sustainable energy solutions takes a major step forward with Phelan Green Energy’s ambitious plan to invest ZAR 47 billion (approximately USD 2.5 billion or EUR 2.37 billion) in a groundbreaking green hydrogen and ammonia production plant in the Western Cape province. This endeavor, known as the Saldanha Green Hydrogen Project, represents a significant stride towards green energy and economic growth in the region.
Across the globe, coal power plants are approaching the end of their operational lifespans, raising questions about the transition from coal-dependent communities to greener energy sources. South Africa, home to a significant fleet of over 20 gigawatts (GW) of coal power, is one such place where the challenges and opportunities of this transition are prominent.
Toyota has made history with the first on-road demonstration of a hydrogen mobility ecosystem in South Africa, using the Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV).
South Africa has made a significant step forward in the development of a hydrogen mobility ecosystem, with the presentation of the country’s first on-road demonstration at the Smart Mobility Africa Summit.