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New agreement to explore developing a hydrogen supply chain in Singapore

New agreement to explore developing a hydrogen supply chain in Singapore

Singapore is set to benefit from a new project aiming to implement a commercial-scale, decarbonised hydrogen supply chain revealed today (Oct 4).

This is part of a new agreement signed between Mitsubishi, Chiyoda and Sembcorp Industries, which will look to leverage Chiyoda’s proven hydrogen storage and transportation technology.

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It is expected that this initiative will help position Singapore at the front of the hydrogen market in Asia whilst also strengthening its low-emission technologies as it targets net zero emissions by 2050.

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