South Korea announces new hydrogen policies and goals

The South Korean Government has announced new policies and goals which it hopes will boost its domestic hydrogen industry.

It comes just months after the country’s new administration took office in May (2022) and looks to broaden its hydrogen strategy which had previously heavily focused on areas such as hydrogen-powered vehicles and power generation fuel cells.

As part of its revitalised hydrogen plans, the Government has set the targets of producing 30,000 hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles by 2030, building 70 liquid hydrogen fuelling stations, and ensuring clean hydrogen meets 7.1% of the nation’s energy mix by 2036.

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