A 600-acre botanical garden and scientific research centre in Thailand is displaying hydrogen as an energy storage solution to demonstrate it is independent from the local grid and fossil fuels.
Nongnooch Tropical Botanical Garden is working in collaboration with hydrogen electrolyser manufacturer Enapter in a bid to “save the future and provide blueprints and knowledge” to “push towards zero emission energy”.
Kampon Tansacha, the owner of the garden, shared his commitment to hydrogen technology by hosting a related seminar yesterday (8th October) as part of Enapter’s ‘The Big Thing’ hydrogen technology conference.
The hands-on workshop, organised by Enapter, demonstrated how to build an entire microgrid running on solar and using a hydrogen-based energy storage.
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