Geingob wants Namibia to meet its energy demands by 2030

By Confidente Reporter

PRESIDENT Hage Geingob says Namibia should not only meet its energy demands sustainably by 20203 but also contribute significantly to the broader African agenda of achieving energy security and mitigating the impacts of climate change.

Geingob said this when he received the Nationally Determined Contributions Investment honorary award at the ongoing COP 28 in Dubai.

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According to Geingob, to achieve this vision, resources beyond Namibia’s capacities will need to be mobilised to deliver significant new infrastructure, such as new ports, roads, railways, transmission lines, and pipelines for water and hydrogen will have to be built.

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He said climate change is disrupting Namibians’ way of life, negatively impacting the ability to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s sixth report identifies Namibia as one of the five most vulnerable nations in Sub-Saharan Africa, with rising temperatures, increased evaporation, and rainfall variability posing significant challenges,”