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Daures Green Hydrogen Village Launched – Produced Hydrogen, Green Ammonia To Be Used For Local Consumption On The Project Site

Posted by Clifton Movirongo  The Daures Green Hydrogen Consortium launched the Daures Green Hydrogen Village (DGHV) last week on Friday, as a move that will realise the production of green hydrogen and ammonia plus the utilisation of its derivatives. The Village will produce 31 tons of hydrogen and 109 tons of ammonia per year in phase…

Construction of Daures Green Village on track

2023-11-27  Maihapa Ndjavera The multimillion-dollar Daures green hydrogen project is roughly 66% of the way through construction.  Jerome Namaseb, the consortium CEO, anticipates that production will begin in June 2024. The green hydrogen revolution in Namibia is getting closer to reality.  This puts Namibia on the path to developing renewable energy on a wide scale at…

Industrial Production Phase Of Daures Green Hydrogen Village To Start June 2024

By Adolf Kaure. The Daures Green Hydrogen Village Chief Executive, Jerome Namaseb said that the industrial production phase of the project is set to commence during June next year, when he spoke during a media site tour to the village. The Daures Green Hydrogen Village was started through a grant from the German government worth…

Green Hydrogen Buds Sprout

Production race picks up speed James Mnyupe, Namibia’s green hydrogen commissioner, emphasises collective efforts for success. The race to production is on, with the initial stages of construction gaining momentum in pioneering ‘green’ hydrogen production projects at locations like Walvis Bay and isolated ones like the Daures Green Hydrogen Village, situated more than 50 km…

The Daures Green Hydrogen Village aims at establishing a sustainable and environmentally friendly ecosystem

Project lead developer is Enersense Energy Namibia, a 100% Namibian owned firm. This is the firm I represent. The SPV (Daures Green Hydrogen Village) is 90% owned by Enersense an 10% by community groups. The community groups include the Daure Daman Traditional Authority and Tsiseb Conservancy. The SPV has a 25 year land lease with…

Governor pins hope on Daures green hydrogen

SWAKOPMUND – Erongo governor Neville Andre is pinning his hope on the multi-million-dollar Daures green hydrogen project to address poverty, unemployment, housing and social challenges the region faces. He said the project, which was launched earlier this year, has the potential to transform not only the economy of the region but also grant rural communities…

Africa’s First Net-Zero Village – Setting off on our sustainability journey

As we face escalating global challenges, including food insecurity, climate change, and diminishing resources, we firmly believe the solution to greater sustainability lies in greenhouses, precision farming, renewable technology and constant innovation. Today we’d like to highlight a project that showcases sustainability in action – the Daures Green Hydrogen Village in Namibia. Welcome to Daures…

Daures Green Hydrogen Village targets local production of fertilizer

Namibia’s crop production under arid conditions is set to get a boost after Phase One of the Daures Green Hydrogen Village was launched recently near Uis. Situated in the Erongo Region, the village is Africa’s fisrt 100% net-zero community. The village will pilot the production of green hydrogen and green ammonia in Namibia through a…

Daures Green Hydrogen Village Project to provide 200 jobs to locals

The Erongo Governor, Neville André called on regional, local and traditional leaders to support the Green Hydrogen Village project due to the financial impact it will have on the community. He made these remarks during his annual State of the Region Address which took place in Swakopmund on Monday, 10 July 2023. “The Daures Green…

Hydrogen dual-fuel for locomotives and three other pilot projects officially launched

THE Minister of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo, revealed that the country’s rail transportation, which currently operates on fossil fuels, consumes about 11 million litres of diesel per year – which is why the country is working on a project to use green hydrogen as fuel in rail transportation. Alweendo said this at the recent…