Last week was a big week for SA’s nascent green hydrogen (GH2) industry, with Cape Town playing host to the SA Green Hydrogen Summit, where co-operation agreements were signed between representatives of the Western, Northern and Eastern Cape provincial governments to support “the development of shared logistics, infrastructure and manufacturing facilities to promote green hydrogen initiatives”.

This was followed by the surprisingly inconspicuous announcement by the cabinet on Thursday of the approval of the Green Hydrogen Commercialisation Strategy...

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