Takeaways:

  • Germany will contribute $572 million towards a new global green hydrogen economy.
  • The funding will replace natural gas in industrial production and fossil fuel-based fertilizers.
  • South Africa plans to produce 12 million tons of green hydrogen and export more than half of it to help decarbonize neighbouring countries.

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