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Linde Africa, Hive Hydrogen to develop $4.6bn green ammonia production project in South Africa

Linde Africa, Hive Hydrogen to develop $4.6bn green ammonia production project in South Africa

South Africa continues to take strides in developing its hydrogen ecosystem and has received a boost with Hive Hydrogen and Linde Africa revealing a $4.6bn green ammonia plant.

With this development, it is expected to enrich the hydrogen economy by providing a new avenue for hydrogen to be utilised and provide a new lucrative financial aspect to its production.

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The new ammonia production plant is expected to be developed in the Nelson Mandela Bay and will use hydrogen to produce around 780,000 tonnes per annum of ammonia which will then be used both for domestic purposes and to be exported to international markets.

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