Namibia reports the progress made with Hyphen

The Namibian Government reported on the progress made with respect to Namibia’s first large-scale vertically integrated green hydrogen project, with Hyphen Hydrogen Energy (Hyphen).
Namibia’s first GW scale green hydrogen project will act as a catalyst for the rapid scale-up of green hydrogen production in the Southern Corridor Development Initiative (SCDI) through the establishment of a common user infrastructure for access by subsequent projects.
At full-scale development, the Hyphen project will produce 300,000 tons of green hydrogen per annum before the end of the decade for regional and global markets. According to Hyphen’s plans, the first phase of 125,000 tons of green hydrogen production is planned to come on line at the end of 2026.
The Namibian Government and Hyphen have been working to undertake planning and pre-feasibility activities, and have agreed an ambitious timeline for negotiating the implementation agreement in line with the requirements of the tender process.
These pre-feasibility activities include a master planning process, which will focus on how the Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) will best accommodate the green hydrogen industry in southern Namibia in the future.
According to the schedule, construction is planned to commence in January 2025, with the commissioning of the first phase by the end of 2026.

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