SA hopes to become a big player in the global supply of green hydrogen and products such as green ammonia, but project developers say that the government should do more to support the development of a green hydrogen economy.

It is estimated in SA’s R1.5-trillion Just Energy Transition Investment Plan, which identifies green hydrogen as one of three priority areas, that R320bn would have to be spent up to 2027 on research and developing the infrastructure needed to support the production, use and export of green hydrogen...

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