Germany’s Economic Minister Robert Habeck has met with President Hage Geingob and signed an agreement with the Minister of Mines and Energy that encompasses investments in education and the creation of jobs in the green hydrogen sector. Habeck is on a five-day trip to Namibia and South Africa as part of a push to secure new energy resources for Europe’s biggest economy to compensate for the cut-off from Russian gas supplies. UNAM economics lecturer, Dr. Omu Kakujaha-Matundu weighs in.
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