The old Namibian diamond-mining town of Lüderitz, perched on the rocky Atlantic coastline, last boomed at the start of the 20th century, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Now Namibia is positioning itself as a leader in the emerging market for another hot resource: green hydrogen, which is made using renewable electricity.
Read the full report: The Wall Street Journal
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