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sgd-25m-hydrogen-research-institute-opened-in-singapore
© NUS

SGD $25m hydrogen research institute opened in Singapore

The National University of Singapore (NUS) has opened a SGD $25m ($17.9m) research institute to address the challenge of high costs preventing green hydrogen adoption.

Opened last Friday (July 1) the NUS Centre for Hydrogen Innovations (CHI) is said to be the first of its kind in Southeast Asia and aims to create ‘breakthrough’ technologies to make hydrogen commercially viable as a green energy source.

It is hoped the new institute which received SGD $15m ($10.7m) of funding from Temasek, will help position Singapore as a leader in enabling a hydrogen economy.

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