The global energy transition requires the development of new technologies to store and transport energy generated by renewable sources, such as solar and wind power. Green hydrogen uses renewable power to split water into hydrogen and oxygen by electrolysis.
This carbon-free hydrogen can be transformed into ammonia, synthetic fuels, or stored in hydrogen fuel cells – offering a route to decarbonise heavy industry, haulage and shipping, while also creating new industries and jobs. Africa’s vast solar and wind potential, extensive deposits of platinum, and amenable regulatory environment, provide competitive advantages, but how can the continent capitalise on its head start?
Date: Tuesday, 10 May 2022
Time: 15h00 - 16h00
Venue: Webber Wentzel Cape Town office, 15th Floor, Convention Tower, Heenrengracht street
This event will take place both virtually and in-person. Please register for this event by using the link below.