The Public Investment Corporation (PIC), which invests the pensions of government employees, has committed to providing early-stage capital for the development of SA’s hydrogen value chain.

Africa’s largest state-run investment firm, which oversees about R2.548-trillion in assets, announced its “hydrogen investment strategy” on Monday, saying that it wanted to “leverage” the more than 200 hydrogen projects announced worldwide...

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