Johnson Matthey, Doosan Enerbility to develop hydrogen-fuelled power plants in South Korea

Under a freshly inked agreement, Johnson Matthey and Doosan Enerbility plan to develop hydrogen-fuelled power plants in South Korea.

H2 View understands Johnson Matthey will provide ammonia cracking technology and catalysts to convert clean ammonia into hydrogen to be used in power turbines in hydrogen-fuelled or hydrogen-LNG fuelled combined cycle power plants.

Doosan Enerbility has said, by 2027 it expects to complete the development of a 380MW 100% hydrogen gas turbine.

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