Decarbonizing South Africa’s Shipping and Trucking Sectors

Combining forces across shipping and trucking could strengthen the demand and supply signals for the zero-emission technologies that hold the key to decarbonizing both sectors in South Africa An economy such as South Africa based on renewables and green hydrogen could provide the foundation for the country to produce and export zero-carbon molecules such as clean ammonia and methanol, essential for decarbonizing global transportation and heavy industrial processes. This transition could add close to 6% in GDP and 2 million new jobs, in a country where tackling unsustainable levels of joblessness, poverty and inequality dominate political discourse.

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