Kenya announces deal to build 30GW of green hydrogen in the country, with FFI lining up for 25GW

East African nation also signs agreement with Fortescue Future Industries for a 300MW green ammonia project, with the Australian company revealing plans to potentially scale up to 25GW

Kenyan President William Ruto shakes hands with FFI owner Andrew Forrest at Cop27 in Egypt after witnessing the signing of the 300MW green ammonia deal.
Kenyan President William Ruto shakes hands with FFI owner Andrew Forrest at Cop27 in Egypt after witnessing the signing of the 300MW green ammonia deal.Photo: State House, Kenya
Published 9 November 2022, 11:54Updated 9 November 2022, 11:56