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On the last day of the UN’s COP26 conference on climate change in Glasgow, where a lot has been discussed, declared, and decided about curbing the freight industry’s carbon footprint, it comes as welcome news that the Namibia Ports Authority (Namport) is blazing a green trail.

According to an announcement in October’s Quayside Bulletin, the MoU will see Namibia positioning itself as a hub for the production and distribution of green hydrogen.

Says the Bulletin: “This is premised on the fact that Namibia is amongst the top three countries on earth that have the world’s best wind and solar resources which are used to produce green hydrogen, and has great expanses of open land that are suitable for hosting green hydrogen plants.”

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