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South Africa eyes hydrogen to decarbonise freight transportation

South Africa eyes hydrogen to decarbonise freight transportation

South Africa’s freight transportation is set to be decarbonised with hydrogen technologies as a result of a brand-new partnership between Sasol and Imperial Logistics.

The duo on Tuesday (September 21) inked an agreement for the effort that will see the development of a hydrogen ecosystem to decarbonise the hard to abate sector.

For both heavy-duty and long-haul vehicles, hydrogen fuel cells are already a great interest to both Sasol and Imperial Logistics – and now this interested has been further formalised.

Hydrogen use for these vehicles are especially key in South Africa’s primarily coal-based economy which is looking to decarbonise in order to meet climate change commitments.

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