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South Africa, a future PtX export hub in the future?

South Africa aims to be at the forefront of green hydrogen and derivatives production by utilizing its excellent renewable conditions and creating favorable government policies. With a large availability of land and some of the best renewable potential globally, South Africa has set ambitious green hydrogen targets such as aiming to be a major producer by capturing 4% of the global share by 2050.
South Africa has also gazetted 9 green hydrogen projects as Strategic Integrated Projects (SIP) making green hydrogen a strategic priority for the country. South Africa has also been active in developing relations with potential green hydrogen demand centres such as Japan, Germany, South Korea, etc., in a bid to fast-track the country's growing hydrogen economy.
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