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Chariot eyes 10GW green hydrogen project in Mauritania

The Africa-focused energy company has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mauritanian government to conduct a feasibility study for its Nour project

Africa-focused energy firm Chariot has signed an agreement to develop a green hydrogen project up to 10GW in capacity in Mauritania. Chariot will carry out a feasibility study to evaluate the possibility of producing green hydrogen from wind and solar resources spread over a 14,400km² area. "We thank the Government of Mauritania for the opportunity to partner with them on what we believe will be one of Africa’s largest projects of its kind and look forward to providing updates regarding the near-term pre-feasibility study and beyond,” says Adonis Pouroulis, acting CEO of Chariot. Following the feasibility study, Chariot will look to build a consortium to develop the project—known as Proje



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