Namibia partners with dClimate to provide carbon monitoring and verification system for green hydrogen projects

A new project unveiled on Thursday (March 3) aims to support the growing green hydrogen ecosystem in Namibia with dClimate lending its expertise to further the country’s capabilities.

With a partnership agreement signed between the University of Namibia and dClimate, the companies will establish a blockchain-native registry and verification system for quantifying several carbon related products included in green hydrogen projects in the country.

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