HDF Energy Namibia has been established in 2021 to support the Namibian national agenda and will dedicate all its expertise, resources and worldwide experience to realize energy independence, increase renewable energy in the energy mix, and reduce greenhouse gases emissions.
HDF Energy Namibia is a subsidiary of the French major Independent Power Producer HDF (Hydrogène De France) specializing in hydrogen-power. HDF has launched its operation in the Southern African market and is fully committed to addressing Namibia’s energy needs starting with the initiation of the Renewstable® Swakopmund (RSWK) as a non-intermittent renewable electricity power plant in the country.
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HDF Energy, the French major Independent Power Producer specialising in mass storage of electricity and non-intermittent renewable energy generation, is pleased to announce its launch into the Southern African market.
Being a leader in the development of large scale, innovative hydrogen-based solutions, HDF Energy is an active, pioneering member of the African Hydrogen Partnership (AHP).
With full commitment in continuous technological innovation for the protection of the environment and the support of the community, HDF Energy Namibia is dedicated to contributing to the global effort for sustainability and advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Working closely with the communities in the countries where it operates, HDF Energy is committed to the development of state-of-the art renewable energy power plants and electricity storage facilities, while adhering to a strict code of practices:
No compromise on safety; full compliance with National and EU legislative requirements and directives; avoidance of environmental, health and safety hazards and risks; and commitment to high safety and health standards for all its employees, contractors, and the wider community. These form the backbone of HDF Energy’s philosophy.
HDF is developing several other multi million Euro projects of this kind in various areas of the world (Indonesia, Mexico, Australia and Barbados) and in Africa in particular: Morocco, South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe.
HDF developments are considered by the local communities and the wider civic societies of the countries of establishment as contributors to the regional and national economies. HDF Energy is a producer of electricity through the utilisation of leading, sophisticated state-of-the art technologies, as well as a provider of employment, synergies and opportunities for growth to the neighbouring municipalities and the countries as a whole.
HDF Energy is fully committed in extending its operations to the African market. In full belief that through its advanced technology and international experience, HDF can positively contribute to the energy sector and the Namibia’s efforts to increase local generation from 624 MW (2020) to 879 MW by 2025 share of energy from renewable sources in the national energy mix by 2025 as per the Harambee Prosperity Plan II.