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Plans unveiled for Malaysian hydrogen project

Plans unveiled for Malaysian hydrogen project

ENEOS Corporation, SEFC Energy and Sumitomo Corporation have announced a joint plan to establish a hydrogen supply chain using renewable energy in Malaysia.

The three companies have already signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the project, with plans to commence a feasibility study in January 2021.

Announced last week, the hydrogen supply chain under consideration will involve the production of tens of thousands of tonnes of CO2-free hydrogen at a hydroelectric power station in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Energy company ENEOS will be in charge of the process and will carry out engineering studies for equipment specifications.

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