Fourteen 'Pioneer Members' confirm commitment to African Hydrogen Partnership as group's focus turns to large-scale commercialisation
- Organisations from across the world are invited to join the African Hydrogen Partnership (AHP)
- Large-scale commercialisation of hydrogen technology in Africa is now a key focus for the AHP
- Partnership believes many African regions offer great potential for producing low-cost, price competitive green or natural (native) hydrogen with a minimal impact on bio-habitat and biodiversity
12:00, 15 December 2021, Port Louis, Mauritius: The African Hydrogen Partnership (AHP) today announces its 14 'Pioneer Members' from organisations based across Ivory Coast, Ghana, Mali, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Israel, Italy and the UK, with the large-scale commercialisation of hydrogen technology in Africa as a key focus.
Following its rapid expansion in 2021, the AHP is now working with representatives from firms including, Anglo American, Bluenergy Revolution, Cheranna Energy, Gencell, HDF Energy, Hydroma, Hydrox Holdings, Hypowa, iH2 - Ivoire Hydrogène, Jacob Lawren Ltd., Mobility Africa Energy, Port of Rotterdam, RTS Africa Engineering, and Sable Chemicals. These are the group's 'Pioneer Members'.
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