How green hydrogen is putting Namibia on the map

Namibian dessert
Green hydrogen production allows countries like Namibia that possess high levels of sun radiation and high wind speeds but low electricity demand to build out their renewable capacity (Photo: Gapyearescape/Pixabay)

The world’s second most sparsely populated country is on track to become a green exporter

When the Namibian government sounded out market responses to the possibility of a green hydrogen project in mid-2021, it put a considered bet on its country’s future.

Later that year, Namibia-based Hyphen Hydrogen Energy, partly ...

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