UK-South Africa commit to unlock investments for infrastructure and green hydrogen

The UK and South Africa are set to join forces to unlock investments for major infrastructure projects and green hydrogen.

It was announced on Tuesday (November 22) at the start of South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa’s formal state visit to the UK, that the countries will join forces to drive economic growth and “turbocharge” infrastructure investment.

H2 View understands, the UK Government will confirm new grant-funded technical assistance to South Africa to help unlock green hydrogen opportunities  and boost skills in the sector.

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