Asia’s largest hydrogen facility and a network of stations to be built in South Korea

Asia’s largest hydrogen facility is set to be built by Linde in South Korea – and it could fuel 100,000 hydrogen cars a year once operational.

The plans were announced today (4th Feb) as part of a deal with Hyosung Corporation that will see the two companies build, own and operate a nationwide network of hydrogen stations.

Based in Ulsan, Linde said the 30 tonnes per day facility will use its proprietary hydrogen liquefaction technology, which the company says is currently used to produce approximately half of the world’s liquid hydrogen.

The first phase of the project is expected to be operational in 2023.

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