Africa Green Hydrogen Alliance launched to support the continent’s energy transition

Six African countries on Wednesday (May 18), formerly launched the Africa Green Hydrogen Alliance, which aims to make the continent a frontrunner in the green hydrogen development race.

The Alliance, formed by Kenya, South Africa, Namibia, Egypt, Morocco, and Mauritania, intend to accelerate the transition from fossil fuels, which hopes to open access to clean and affordable energy supplies.

Backed by the UN Climate Change High-Level Champions, the Green Hydrogen Organisation, the African Development Bank and the UN Economic Commission for Africa, the Alliance marks an important step in the development of the continent.

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