USNC, Hyundai, SK E&S target nuclear hydrogen production in South Korea

Nuclear hydrogen production is set to be at the centre of the focus of a new collaboration between Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation (USNC), Hyundai Engineering and SK E&S.

Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the three companies plan to construct a “Hydrogen Micro Hub at SK E&S’ headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, that will integrate solid oxide electrolysis cells (SOEC) and electricity and steam produced by USNC’s Micro-Modular™ Reactor (MMR®).

SK E&C are set to establish the nuclear power-based hydrogen production system using US-based Bloom Energy’s SOEC technology, while Hyundai Engineering will oversee the MMR-related balance of plant and EPC tasks.

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