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Maximise green hydrogen’s impact

Maximise green hydrogen’s impact

Maximise green hydrogen’s impact Green hydrogen must be produced efficiently to minimise the costs of production and demand for renewables. Conversion of electricity to hydrogen currently creates an energy loss of roughly 30% but there are technologies available today to reduce this loss. A new Danfoss Impact paper reveals that with hydrogen production set to […]

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Powering Africa’s future with renewable energy

Powering Africa’s future with renewable energy WhyAfrica will once again be a media partner at the Africa Energy Indaba that will take place in Cape Town from 4 to 7 March 2024.   The Africa Energy Indaba conference and exhibition is dedicated to advancing Africa’s renewable energy development and convenes industry leaders, policymakers, innovators, and

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USD13.5-trillion needed to be carbon neutral by 2050 says WEF

USD13.5-trillion needed to be carbon neutral by 2050 says WEF Transitioning to a more sustainable and carbon-neutral future, USD13.5-trillion in investments will be needed by 2050, particularly in the production, energy and transport sectors, according to a new World Economic Forum report. The Net-Zero Industry Tracker 2023, published in collaboration with Accenture, takes stock of

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