Three green hydrogen hubs proposed for South Africa

Plans for three catalytic green hydrogen hubs in Johannesburg, Mogalakwena and Durban have been unveiled as part of a collaborative feasibility study which looks for South Africa to seize the green hydrogen opportunity.

Completed and presented by Anglo American Platinum, Bambili Energy and Engie, the study altogether identifies nine hydrogen-related projects across the mobility, industrial and construction sectors.

Through the implementation of both the hydrogen hubs and the nine projects, the consortium hope to reduce South Africa’s dependence of fossil fuels and boost a clean energies economy, given the success of similar hydrogen hubs in other countries across the globe.

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