Category Archives: In The Press

Daures Green Village pilot project nears completion

THE Daures Green Village Pilot Project is 80% complete and is on track to finish by July. This was confirmed by Jerome Namaseb, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Daures Green Hydrogen Village, during a courtesy visit with President Nangolo Mbumba. The meeting was also attended by Chief Sagarias Seibeb, Chief of Daures Daman Traditional Authority,…

Namibia expects first greenammonia, tomatoes in July

The Daures Green Hydrogen Village is now at 80% complete and is expected to start producing green hydrogen, ammonia and green tomatoes as of July, the Namibia Green Hydrogen Chairperson, Obeth Kandjoze, said. “This project is expected to generate an annual output of up to 100 tonnes of green ammonia and more than 400 tonnes…

Green Hydrogen buds sprout

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 from the nearest human habitation. The private sector and academia are gearing up for government’s national…

Namibia’s green hydrogen pilot projects already yield over 300 jobs

Two of four green hydrogen pilot projects that were announced in 2022 have already yielded more than 300 jobs with production expected as early as this year, chairperson of the green hydrogen council, Obeth Kandjoze revealed last week. Back in August 2021, following extensive discussions and negotiations with German, Namibia concluded a Joint Communiqué of…

Daures Green Hydrogen village: A model for Africa’s green future

A year into its inception, the Daures Green Hydrogen Village (DGHV) has shown remarkable progress, with the project slowly beginning to realise its objective of producing green hydrogen and green ammonia for local consumption. DGHV was officially launched in 2023, with N$220 million in grant assistance from the German government covering Phase 1 of the…

Daures’ Green Tomato Harvest Reserved for Local Consumption

Fresh produce to be harvested from the Daures Green Hydrogen Village (DGHV) project will all be consumed locally. This was announced by Jerome Namaseb, CEO of the Daures Green Hydrogen Village during the ongoing Green Hydrogen Symposium in Windhoek. Namaseb said they expect to harvest about 400 tonnes of tomatoes this season. Located near Uis…

Export-focused Namibia set to produce its first green hydrogen in July — for local use

The Daures Green Hydrogen Village in Namibia is set to produce the country’s first green hydrogen and ammonia in July, with the project’s construction now 80% complete. The facility will produce 18 tonnes of H2 and 100 tonnes of NH3 a year, which will go towards the production of ammonia sulphate fertilisers to grow crops…

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…