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The Green Fertiliser case

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Today's food security is supported by one of the most polluting sectors: the fertilizers industry. Along with the numerous green hydrogen initiatives, plans and roadmaps unveiled in the past couple of years, many green fertilizers project have been announced across the globe.
With the rise in green fertilizers, there arises a question of what role does green hydrogen play? We look at the use case of Africa and how green fertiliser makes perfect sense in increasing food security. There is also the question of the potential of hydrogen to help the fertilizer industry reach net zero and if the adoption of green hydrogen-derived fertilizers the only way to decarbonise the fertilizer industry?
Here’s our take at Yamna!

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