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Natural Hydrogen Discovery in Mpumalanga, South Africa

Scientists at the University of Pretoria are leading a study on natural hydrogen discovered beneath Mpumalanga, South Africa, as part of the HyAfrica project. The initiative, funded by the European Union and African Union, aims to assess natural hydrogen resources in Morocco, Mozambique, South Africa, and Togo. The discovery in Mpumalanga holds potential for renewable energy. The team envisions small stand-alone generators for local use, while the project seeks to identify source sites and quantify resources, contributing to the national energy budget and addressing South Africa's energy shortage.

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