Within minutes of talking to Hydrogen Africa Chairman Kal’Air Trezeguet my list of questions is beginning to unravel as the discussion is in danger of splintering into a 54-country direction. My small challenges reflect the broad issues facing the continent as it strives to deliver on its much-touted green hydrogen potential.
These are undoubtedly exciting times for Hydrogen Africa, which positions itself as a multi-stakeholder association for the renewable electricity, hydrogen, fuel cell and ammonia industries, along with financial institutions, African governments and municipalities.
As interest in the continent intensifies following COP27, along with the need for closer international collaboration and investment, the Paris Hydrogen-Africa Green H2 Investment Forum will be held in May (25), followed by the London Hydrogen-Africa Green H2 Investment Forum in July (25-26) and Hydrogen-Africa Conference and Expo in Johannesburg September (22-23). All the conferences will help raise awareness, one of the key goals of the organisation, which Trezeguet stresses from the outset.
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