Australia set to export hydrogen to the Republic of Palau for zero-emission shipping

Australia is set to export green hydrogen to the Republic of Palau, an archipelago of Pacific islands, to supply and implement hydrogen for fuel cells within vessels in the region.

Being developed as part of a demonstration project between Sojitz Corporation, CS Energy and Nippon Engineering, the island will be able to decarbonise much of its seafaring operations.

This could significantly reduce the environmental impact that vessels have on the islands whilst helping to reduce the carbon footprint of much of the region’s industries and shipping community.

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