Sign shows hydrogen written in Korean looks like two trees

Ever wondered what hydrogen looks like written in Korean? Klaus Gørrissen, Project Manager at Nel Hydrogen, snapped this photo recently in Cheongju, South Korea, showing what almost looks like two trees symbolising the word.

The image shows a display at an existing multi use gasoline station, that will also soon include LPG and hydrogen refuelling.

“I passed the sign a couple of times when driving between Nel’s two ongoing installations. The more I looked at the bottom line, the more I saw two trees, and I thought it doesn’t get much more green than that!” Gørrissen told H2 View.

Nel Hydrogen has established a local hub in South Korea to ensure the company is close to an emerging market.

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