New 78.96MW hydrogen fuel cell power plant opens in South Korea
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New 78.96MW hydrogen fuel cell power plant opens in South Korea

The Shinincheon Bitdream Hydrogen Fuel Cell Power Plant in Incheon, South Korea, has been completed with the plant set to supply green electricity to 250,000 households and heat to a further 44,000.

This power plant will help develop hydrogen and transform it into green electricity to reduce the carbon footprint of the local region and develop an ecosystem for hydrogen.

Read more: Doosan Fuel Cell makes history as the first exporter of hydrogen fuel cells in Korea

Doosan Fuel Cell supplied products to the new power plant as the company looks to bolster the Korean hydrogen economy and situate itself at the forefront of the energy transition.

The company has said that this site is the largest in the world with a total power generation capacity of 78.96MW with 134 440kW fuel cells supplied to this power plant.

A Doosan Fuel Cell official said, “The new Incheon Bitdream Hydrogen Fuel Cell Power Plant is meaningful in that it is the world’s largest, and the Seoincheon Fuel Cell Power Plant is the largest Doosan Fuel Cell installed on a single site.”

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