Kenyan Government to pilot green hydrogen production, improving the country’s grid

KENYA – The Government of Kenya has announced, through the Energy Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma, plans to pilot green hydrogen projects. This is part of their efforts toward the provision of clean, affordable and sustainable energy. Juma, who spoke during the Kenya Power’s inaugural Manufacturers, Technology and Innovation Expo opening, said the move will assess the feasibility of large-scale green…

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Mauritania green hydrogen project takes step forward with Chariot pact

MAURITANIA – Mauritanian government has signed a landmark deal with energy transition player Chariot that outlines the next steps for the company’s ambitious 10-gigawatt green hydrogen development known as Project Nour. The framework agreement to map out the next development phases was signed by Mauritania’s Ministry of Petroleum, Mines & Energy, on behalf of the government, and Chariot following the…

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Egypt’s Hassan and Masdar signs agreements to develop green hydrogen plant

EGYPT – Egypt’s Hassan Allam Utilities and UAE’s Masdar have signed agreements with state-backed Egyptian organizations to develop large-scale green hydrogen projects in Egypt. In the first phase, the companies aim to establish a green hydrogen manufacturing unit that is capable of producing 100,000 tonnes of e-methanol annually for bunkering in the Suez Canal. The electrolyzer facilities in the Suez…

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ECREEE partners WASCAL for the development of green hydrogen policy in West Africa

WEST AFRICA – ECREEE has partnered with WASCAL to explore the potential of green hydrogen production from the enormous renewable energy sources within the West African region. West Africa holds very good potential for producing green hydrogen and thus provides an opportunity for the region to play a key role in the emerging green hydrogen market according to the green…

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Energy company Sasol to explore potential of green hydrogen project in South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA – Sasol, an energy and chemical company, has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Northern Cape Development Agency (NCEDA) to lead the feasibility study to explore the potential of the Boegoebaai green hydrogen project as an export hub for green hydrogen and ammonia. This study is expected to take approximately 24 months. The outcomes of this…

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