Partners launch ‘first’ hydrogen knowledge hub in Southeast Asia

Enapter has announced the launch of Southeast Asia’s ‘first’ hydrogen learning centre in Thailand.

Set to consist of a training centre to develop and offer hands-on courses using state-of-the-art technology, and a green hydrogen demonstration site, the project aims to turn Northern Thailand into a knowledge hub for green hydrogen to support the country’s decarbonisation goals.

The partners involved include the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), Chiang Mai University’s Energy Research and Development Institute of Nakornping (ERDI) and German company Enapter.

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