Green hydrogen advocates predict a South African gold rush


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Issue 433 - 25 Feb 2021 | 8 minute read

With EU and other advocates expressing huge excitement over the potential for green hydrogen and associated products that can speed up the carbon transition, South Africa is striving to develop its nascent industry – even while it struggles to meet existing power demand and the country’s sovereign credit rating has tanked

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