EU Ready to Support Namibia's Beneficiation Goals... New Partnership to Support Green and Digital Transformation
- Jan 30, 2023 6:23 pm GMT
Breton made these remarks in
The EU-Namibia partnership was agreed on at
The roundtable discussion focused on the opportunities and challenges of this new EU-Namibia partnership, and identified key elements in the roadmap.
It aims to ensure the development of a secure and sustainable supply of critical raw materials, refined materials and renewable hydrogen to support the green and digital transformation of both
At the same occasion, EU commissioner for international partnerships,
Local value-addition remains a challenge for
Meanwhile, mines minister Tom Alweendo noted that this is a welcome partnership in which the EU will significantly help
International news agency Reuters last year reported on
"Hydrogen has long been touted as a less emissions-heavy alternative to fossil fuels. But while it has seen some uptake in the EU, chiefly in heavy industry and transportation, high costs and a lack of infrastructure have limited consumption, and the fuel covers just 2% of the bloc's energy needs," Reuters stated at the time.
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