Trinidad and Tobago wants to create a hydrogen economy

Work to create a sustainable hydrogen economy is underway in Trinidad and Tobago.

The National Gas Company (NGC), National Energy Corporation (NE) and Kenesjay Green Limited (KGL) this week said they’ve joined forces to explore the feasibility of joint development of viable projects and related initiatives in Trinidad and Tobago, regionally, and internationally.

Under the deal, the partners will seek to transition to a lower carbon future through low carbon and green hydrogen production and actively support advocacy efforts to raise awareness and engagement towards the development of a national policy framework for hydrogen.

Mark Loquan, President of NGC, said the company sees green hydrogen production as a key enabler to integrating renewable options into the existing plants.

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