South Africa: Hive/Linde and Sasol lead green hydrogen (GH2) roster


Issue 473 - 25 Nov 2022 - By Marc Howard , Jon Marks | 1 minute read

Sub-Saharan Africa’s first gigawatt-scale green hydrogen (GH2) facility is expected to enter a new phase soon African Energy's AIX: Power and Renewables 2022 meeting was told. South Africa's 900,000 t/yr Coega green ammonia plant, being developed by the UK’s Hive Energy and Germany’s Linde, is expected to sign a 20-year offtake agreement imminently with a major anchor client.

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