Uganda has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with French independent power producer HDF Energy to develop a green hydrogen power plant in Uganda, according to a statement issued late on Tuesday.
The statement jointly issued by HDF Energy and Uganda’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development did not detail the capacity of the plant or the size of the investment.
But if the plan comes to fruition, it would be the first hydrogen power plant in Uganda, which currently depends on hydro and thermal power plants but is eager to expand its generation capacity, especially in renewable energy.
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