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© Air Liquide Korea
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© Air Liquide Korea

Hydrogen fuel cell power plant planned in South Korea

Air Liquide, Lotte Chemical, and SK Gas will build a hydrogen fuel cell power plant in Ulsan, South Korea, as part of newly unveiled joint venture plans.

The trio last week (June 2) announced plans for the 500,000MWh/y plant, that marks just one of many South Korean-based hydrogen projects that are set to be carried out by the venture.

H2 View understands that SK Gas will supply by-product hydrogen to the new site and Lottee Chemical will supply raw materials and business-related sites.

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