Hyundai E&C completes design of hydrogen production plant in South Korea

Hyundai Engineering & Construction has completed the basic design of South Korea’s ‘first’ water electrolysis-based hydrogen production plant, according to local news.

The Korea Herald has reported the company has been working on a new plant located within an industrial complex in Buan, North Jeolla Province, as part of a Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy project.

H2 View understands the plant will be capable of producing a metric tonne of hydrogen per day, storing and distributing the fuel to local hydrogen charging stations for mobility, utilising 2.5MW polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolysers.

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