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Energy Observer now in Singapore; highlights how hydrogen can clean-up the leading trade port
© Energy Observer
Energy Observer now in Singapore; highlights how hydrogen can clean-up the leading trade port
© Energy Observer

Energy Observer now in Singapore; highlights how hydrogen can clean-up the leading trade port

An ambassador for the hydrogen revolution, Energy Observer has docked in the Southeast Asian city of Singapore as it looks to highlight the capabilities of clean energies across the globe.

Energy Observer’s stopover in the city follows a 17-day long sail from Lombok in Indonesia, a journey which saw 1,577 nautical miles covered. Now, the vessel and its crew will stay in Singapore until March 20 (2022).

The stop in Singapore could hold a lot of potential when it comes to marine transportation in the city. At present, Singapore has more than 80% of the world’s trade passing through the seas and is one of the world’s leading trading ports, a unique maritime hub – all of which could be made greener with hydrogen.

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