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South Korea to gain the ‘world’s first’ fuel cell power plant using plastic waste to produce hydrogen
South Korea to gain the ‘world’s first’ fuel cell power plant using plastic waste to produce hydrogen

South Korea to gain the ‘world’s first’ fuel cell power plant using plastic waste to produce hydrogen

A new international agreement between SGH2 Energy Global, GS E&C, and KOSPO will aim to develop the “world’s first” fuel cell power plant that uses hydrogen from plastic waste in Ulsan, South Korea.

The project will integrate SGH2’s proprietary plasma-enhanced gasification technology (SPEG) which will use plastic waste to generate hydrogen as a fuel to replace natural gas and coal for power production.

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