Namibia is among five other African countries that on May 18 formally launched the Africa Green Hydrogen Alliance. The countries formally launched the alliance at the first-ever Green Hydrogen Global Assembly, in Barcelona, Spain this past week, with support from the UN Climate Change High-Level Champions, the Green Hydrogen Organisation, the African Development Bank, and the UN Economic Commission for Africa. The government, according to The Brief, is banking on green hydrogen to attract more than US$6 billion in foreign direct investment which is anticipated to generate annual revenues in excess of US$800 million.
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