Saying that with vast natural resources for renewable energy and infrastructure for export, Namibia is a rising player in the green hydrogen economy, Chris Ashton, the CEO of Australian-based energy firm Worley, said his company is ready to support Namibia’s green Hydrogen targets. Ashton said that he “looked forward to seeing where the conversation goes and working with the Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board”, insisting that his company could be part of the solution as they have been involved in commercial applications of hydrogen for decades and have delivered more than 200 low-carbon energy projects, and in total, over 3 300 energy transition projects globally.
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