SP Group establishes Southeast Asia’s first building powered by green hydrogen

Southeast Asia’s first building powered by green hydrogen has been opened by SP Group in Singapore, the energy utility company said today.

Located at Woodleigh park, the self-sustaining building is 100% powered with renewable energy via an innovative hydrogen energy system and is disconnected from the national electricity grid.

In the hydrogen energy system, electricity from green sources, such as solar, is used to conduct electrolysis.

The hydrogen generated from this process is bonded with special metal alloy powders to form metal hydride, compacted and stored in tanks.

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