African Cup of Nations 2023 provides hydrogen with a springboard to revolutionise the energy sector in the Ivory Coast, says iH2 founder

One of football’s most prestigious tournaments, the African Cup of Nations, is providing an opportunity to showcase Africa’s hydrogen prowess and the innovative solutions that local companies have been developing.

One such company is iH2, an Ivory Coast-based company which is seeking to use the reputable event to exhibit to the world the potential that the African continent has in developing hydrogen.

To achieve this, the company wishes to have a hydrogen demonstrator project ready for the African Cup of Nations 2023, with the group already providing a platform for companies to decarbonise their operations through hydrogen

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