© Getech
© Getech

Getech joins HyAfrica consortium to support hydrogen developments in the continent

Getech has signed an agreement with Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG) to support the HyAfrica consortium.

The consortium is aiming to accelerate the exploration and development of natural hydrogen resources in Africa, also known as white and geological hydrogen.

The three-year project will discover viable natural hydrogen deposits in Morocco, Mozambique, South Africa and Togo while also assessing their economic and social impact, with the findings shaping strategic plans for harnessing hydrogen as a sustainable energy source.

Getech will contribute its “best-in-class” potential fields data, machine learning capabilities and geoscience expertise to support the consortium’s research efforts and will bolster the project’s ability to identify hydrogen resources.

… to continue reading this article and more, please login, register for free, or consider subscribing to H2 View

Register today

Paywall Asset Header Graphic

You’ve reached your weekly limit to access free articles!

Want to keep reading?

Please register for free and create a profile to gain access to this full article and H2 View’s daily news.

For access to more content including our monthly digital magazines, subscriber-only features or columns and all our other H2 View archive, please consider subscribing.

Alternatively you can continue reading more articles as a guest on Tuesday, 5th December at 12:45PM

Please wait...