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Namibia plans to manufacture a dual-fuel green hydrogen train

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Namibia is working with its neighbours to provide a new gateway for modern trade and low-carbon industrial opportunities, placing Namibia and the region as frontrunners in the global green hydrogen economy.

Namibia plans to manufacture a dual-fuel green hydrogen train connecting 1,100 kilometres of rail to service 300 million Africans, not just the three million at home.

The Green Hydrogen Commissioner, James Mnyupe, who was speaking at Walvis Bay, says the rail connection will need a coordinated, integrated strategic business plan from Trans-Namib and Namport.