There is a lot of heat being generated by the Green Hydrogen Summit in Cape Town this week. President Cyril Ramaphosa launched it, and the meeting has been animated by discussions and plans and strategies for positioning SA to play a large role in the production of green hydrogen, an important fuel for the future.

Our green hydrogen (GH2) ambitions formed a large part of the Just Energy Transition Investment Plan (JET-IP) we presented to the COP27 climate summit in Egypt in early November. The JET-IP has secured $8.5bn of the $98bn Ramaphosa reckons the just transition is going to cost...

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