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Namibia heading for world record green hydrogen costs, conference hears

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With its vast potential for wind and solar energy, Namibia is excellently placed to become a global player in green hydrogen production, the Africa Green Hydrogen Forum’s virtual conference heard on Monday, when green hydrogen was highlighted as the key decarbonisation vector in the global fight against climate change. While Namibia was described as an attractive partner for a large number of countries in the global transition towards green energy, it is Germany that is first past the post to sign a formal preparation agreement with South Africa’s neighbour, which not only has 3 500 sun hours a year but also vast unused areas of land that are traversed by perfect wind speeds that can be utilised for profitable wind energy production.

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