Hive Hydrogen South Africa were delighted to host their project partners Afrox Linde, in Nelson Mandela Bay.
The visit was planned to meet the key project stakeholders and survey the site locations alongside the impressive infrastructure in place for one of the world’s largest green ammonia projects.
It was a truly cosmopolitan event with French, Australian, Brazilian and British delegates flying in to Gqeberha from Munich and Johannesburg to participate alongside the large South African team of experts in various meetings, question and answer sessions and workshops.
The first day started with perfect weather and the delegation were accompanied by the Hive team on a helicopter survey of the entire project area covering Hive’s planned mega solar plant, the two operational desalination plants, the Hydrogen and Ammonia Plant site, the Waste-to-Energy plant site, the Ammonia Storage site and the Liquid Bulk Terminal site.
Below you can see a collection of the images taken during the event:
The Aerial Survey
The Green Ammonia Plant Site
Desalination Plant 1
Desalination Plant II
The Mega-Solar Plant Site
The Transnet Liquid Bulk Terminal
The Proposed Waste to Energy Site
Meeting and working with the Project Stakeholders
Meeting with the Port Authority
Visiting the Liquid Bulk Terminal
Visiting the Ammonia Storage Site
Presentation and lunch with the Industrial Development Zone Team
Presentation from the Business Chamber of Commerce
Traditional ‘Braai’ Dinner on the Farm where the Solar Plant will be constructed
Meeting and tour of the Proposed Waste to Energy Site