Jacobs awarded South Korea green hydrogen feasibility study

Jacobs has won a contract from South Korean offshore wind farm project developer, Elenergy, to complete the feasibility study for a new green hydrogen production and import facility in South Korea.

The facility will provide locally produced and imported green hydrogen for South Korea and help advance the country’s plans to transition to a clean energy economy, where hydrogen will account for 33% of energy consumption and 23.8% of power generation by 2050.

It will be powered by 100% renewable wind energy sourced from the 1.5GW Chujin Offshore Wind Farm which Elenergy is also currently developing.

Jacobs will conduct a green hydrogen market analysis and technology review, develop the conceptual design and conduct business case assessment for setting up a green hydrogen production facility.

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