Country Spotlights

6+

Heads Of State

20+

African Ministers

2,000+

Attendees

40+

Bankable African Green Energy Projects

700+

Conference Delegates

100+

Youth Participants

80+

Expert Industry Speakers

75+

Global Exhibitors

65+

Global Countries Represented

50+

Startups Showcased

Your Gateway To Africa’s Hydrogen Investment Opportunity

Several African countries – most notably Egypt, Kenya, Mauritania, Morrocco, Namibia and South Africa – are actively pursuing clean hydrogen production goals. These and other African nations are collaborating on overcoming critical challenges including market creation, demand stimulation, infrastructure development and financing of a green hydrogen economy in Africa. In addition, cooperation across these countries is working to establish acute frameworks for policies, regulations, governance, social license, compliance, standards and certifications.

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Spotlight Countries

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EGYPT

The Egyptian government announced that it expects FDI into green hydrogen projects will hit about $81.6 billion by 2035. Egypt has established a national council to attract further investments into...

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KENYA

Kenya plans to produce 100,000 tonnes of nitrogen fertilisers substituting 20 percent of its fertiliser imports, and 5,000 tonnes of methanol per annum aiming for 100 percent import...

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MAURITANIA

German project developer Conjuncta signed a memorandum of understanding with Mauritania, Egypt’s energy provider Infinity and the United Arab Emirates’ Masdar for a $34 billion green hydrogen...

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MOROCCO

The project describes a green ammonia plant with future output of 1.4 million tonnes per annum produced from about 320,000 tonnes of green hydrogen – with a 2 GW photovoltaics so...

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NAMIBIA

Namibia recently signed a projected $10 billion deal that calls for Namibia and the German company Hyphen Energy to produce green hydrogen...

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SOUTH AFRICA

President Ramaphosa announced the country would need around $17 billion of investment to kick start the industry. So far, $8.5 billion has been pledged by France, Germany, Britain, the USA and the...

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For more information, please contact:

International Enquiries

Damian Howard, SVP - Energy
email: info@gah2s.com

Namibian Enquiries

Frank C. Godfrey, Namibia GM
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