New hydrogen forum to transform Africa’s energy sector

Africa Energy Indaba has announced the launch of a new side event, the Hydrogen Forum, to occur alongside the main Indaba.

The event has been dubbed a pioneering platform for the future of clean energy poised to redefine the dialogue surrounding hydrogen as a formidable force in the global transition to clean energy.

Organisers of the forum believe that in a world increasingly committed to sustainable alternatives, hydrogen emerges as a linchpin in the pursuit of a cleaner, greener future.

Slated for the 7th of March in Cape Town, South Africa, the Hydrogen Forum is strategically positioned to be a catalyst for transformative discussions, knowledge exchange, and collaborative endeavours driving the burgeoning hydrogen economy, according to the organisers.

“The one day business forum is set to serve as a dynamic hub for thought leaders, industry titans, policymakers, and enthusiasts, uniting them in a collective effort to propel hydrogen to the forefront of sustainable energy solutions.”

In addition, the Hydrogen Forum is expected to act as a pivotal platform for experts to disseminate insights, share breakthroughs, and showcase best practices in hydrogen technology and applications.

“The forum aims to foster robust collaboration among industry stakeholders, investors, and policymakers to stimulate investment, innovation, and the creation of a resilient hydrogen ecosystem.”

The Hydrogen Forum also seeks to engage with policymakers at both national and international levels, advocating for regulatory frameworks that support and accelerate the growth of the hydrogen sector.

“The launch event will spotlight cutting-edge technologies, pioneering projects, and success stories that exemplify the versatility and potential of hydrogen across diverse industries.”

The Hydrogen Forum is committed to advancing the African hydrogen agenda by facilitating collaboration, knowledge sharing, and advocacy. Through this platform, the Hydrogen Forum aims to inspire, connect, and accelerate the hydrogen revolution.


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