Morocco aims for front runner status in green hydrogen (GH2) production


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Issue 472 - 14 Nov 2022 - By Jon Marks | 5 minute read

Germany’s offer of support for a first hydrogen (GH2) plant in Morocco makes the North African country a potential early mover in the race to build a hydrogen economy on the continent.

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