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GREEN HYDROGEN PROJECT

Location

South Africa

Sector

Renewable Energies

Stage

Bankable Feasibility
Overview

The project is separated into two phases:
Phase 1: which is expected to commence operation in 2026 and will assess specifically hydrogen production and compression specifically for Heavy Duty Vehicles (HDVs).
Phase 2: which is expected to commence operation close to 2030 and will assess hydrogen for use in furnaces, as ammonia for direct or as an energy carrier, and the use of the ammonia for fertilizer production.

Investment Needs

$110 000 000

Investment Project Type:

Private

Invested Value to Date:

$801 278

Why Investing

1
Contribution to Decarbonization Efforts
Investing in green or renewable energy projects supports the global transition towards a low-carbon economy by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on fossil fuels. By participating in initiatives focused on renewable energy generation, investors can align their capital with environmentally sustainable practices and contribute to mitigating climate change. This not only helps address pressing environmental concerns but also positions investors at the forefront of the transition to cleaner energy sources, which is increasingly becoming a priority for governments, businesses, and society as a whole.
2
Support for Just Energy Transition in Mpumalanga
Mpumalanga, known for its significant coal mining and energy generation activities, faces unique challenges in transitioning towards a more sustainable energy landscape while ensuring social equity and economic development. Investing in renewable energy projects in Mpumalanga supports the Just Energy Transition, which aims to address these challenges by fostering inclusive growth, creating new job opportunities, and promoting environmental justice. By directing capital towards initiatives that prioritize the well-being of local communities and workers affected by the shift away from coal, investors can play a pivotal role in driving a fair and equitable transition to cleaner energy sources in the region.
3
Strong Return on Invested Capital (ROIC)
Renewable energy projects often offer attractive returns on invested capital due to various factors such as government incentives, long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs), and declining costs of renewable technologies. With advancements in renewable energy infrastructure and increasing demand for clean energy solutions, investing in green energy projects can yield competitive returns while mitigating financial risks associated with carbon-intensive industries. Moreover, as renewable energy becomes increasingly mainstream and essential for meeting sustainability targets, investments in this sector are likely to benefit from growing market demand and stable revenue streams over the long term, thereby enhancing the overall return profile for investors.
Keobakile Sedupane
Project Officer
https://dreamworkshaven.co.za/
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