A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Asahi Kasei, Gentari Hydrogen and JGC Holdings Corporation to develop a Malaysian green hydrogen project.
The companies also completed the feasibility study for the 8,000 tonne per year green hydrogen project, which will utilise a 60MW alkaline water electrolyser system.
The MoU will ensure a front-end engineering design (FEED) study is completed for the project – anticipated to begin in January 2024 and operations planned for start-up in 2027.
The commercial-scale project demonstrates the commitment to establishing a foundation for regional green hydrogen production and will align with decarbonisation missions in Japan, Malaysia, and across southeast Asia.
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