Hydrogen port ecosystem plans unveiled for South Korea

South Korea’s SK Group and the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries have unveiled plans today (Sep 14) to build a hydrogen port ecosystem.

The two entities have signed a deal to build a port hydrogen complex station, port mobility and ship hydrogen fuel conversation, and a blue hydrogen production facility.

SK said it would build the first port-type hydrogen complex station in Yeosu Gwangyang Port by 2023.

The blue hydrogen production facility would have an annual capacity of 200,000 to 300,000 tons with some of the hydrogen produced to be processed into liquid hydrogen and supplied to nearby ports, SK said.

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