Sasol has signed up to investigate the potential for a green hydrogen hub at Boegoebaai, in the Namakwa special economic zone (SEZ).
Chariot has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a major green hydrogen project with the government of Mauritania.
Germany has agreed to establish a green hydrogen partnership with Namibia, with seawater desalination playing a major role.
Siemens Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on developing a green hydrogen industry in Egypt.
Eni has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on producing hydrogen in Egypt.
Sasol and the Industrial Development Corp. (IDC) have signed up to work together on driving South Africa’s green hydrogen sector forward.
CWP Global has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mauritania on green hydrogen, potentially worth $40 billion.
Germany’s KfW Development Bank has set out plans to fund hydrogen projects in South Africa.
Sasol has launched plans to take a major step into the production of green hydrogen, both domestically in South Africa and in Germany.
Anglo American will work with Engie and Bambili Energy on a hydrogen feasibility study in South Africa’s Bushveld area.
Eni has signed a number of agreements, including on relaunching exploration and development, with Algeria’s Sonatrach.
Tackling Africa’s energy access problems requires those involved to think of the entire system, rather than focusing simply on renewables.
Germany has expressed interest in the production of hydrogen in Angola, chiming with the European state’s energy transition goals.
Egypt and Israel are working on plans to expand the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) into energy security, electricity infrastructure and emissions controls.
Policies intended to tackle climate change are “closing doors on opportunities to allow poorer nations” to secure energy access, Renergen CEO Stefano Marani has said.
Mozambique state-owned Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) has formed a joint task force with TCRK Energy, backed by serial Mozambique entrepreneur Tom Bruton, to investigate blue hydrogen opportunities.
South Africa’s Sasol has made progress in righting its progress, putting it on the right direction for a greener, cleaner future.
The UK has grand hopes to extend its links with Africa, particularly in the renewable space where there is clear scope for facilitating investments and supporting increased generation.
Sasol has set out steps to cut carbon emissions in a 10-year pivot away from coal and towards alternative energy sources.
At a point when the world is talking of the energy transition, sub-Saharan Africa actually faces two.