Archive for the ‘Mauritania’ Category

Beijing and Washington Are Battling Over Africa’s Green Future

Courtesy of Foreign Policy, an article on how the global energy transition depends on building partnerships with African states. In March 2023, three renewable energy players—Conjuncta from Germany, Infinity from Egypt, and Masdar from the United Arab Emirates—signed an agreement with Mauritania’s government to develop a colossal green hydrogen project in the country, worth a […]

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Green Hydrogen Hype Puts Mauritania On The Map

Via fDi, an article on Mauritania which is pinning its hopes on a green hydrogen project five times the size of its economy: One of the least visited countries in the world, Mauritania is being thrust into the spotlight through various green hydrogen project announcements.  The biggest of these is Australian CWP Global’s Aman project […]

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