EU plans €1bn of Namibian investments to secure raw materials and green hydrogen

EU plans €1bn ($1.05bn) of investments under partnership with Namibia on sustainable raw materials and green hydrogen.

Following on from a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed at COP 27 last November (2022), the partnership plans for the integration of value chains, cooperation on ESGs, mobilising infrastructure funding, building capacity, R&I cooperation and regulatory alignment.

Read more:EU and Namibia signs MoU to develop green hydrogen

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