At the event, which took place from March 28 to 29 under the motto "Guaranteeing a Green Future", the minister said that, in addition to exports, the country will also use the same product, "which can be extremely useful for agriculture" .
"The country will be able to generate more jobs with the creation of a new hydrogen industry, as well as take advantage of the human capital and knowledge of the oil industry to qualify this new sector", stressed the official, when making a general approach on the state and advances in renewable energies in Angola.
With representatives from over 130 countries, close to 2000 people, and 100 high-level speakers, the forum took place at the headquarters of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs. João Baptista Borges participated in the panel on "Decarbonization of Industry - Success Stories and Challenges of the Global Hydrogen Economy".
Among others, topics were discussed that aim to implement the globally agreed climate goals and invest in sustainable energy systems accessible to all, the production of green hydrogen, climate neutrality, security of clean energy supply and for a climate transition, which can be implemented in a socially just way, especially in countries in the South of the Globe.
The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue was created in 2015 and has become one of the world's most important forums on the Global Energy Transition.
It is a joint initiative of the German Renewable Energy Federation, the German Solar Association, the German Energy Agency and Eclareon, supported by the German Federal Government.