WPP Energy has selected the University Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) as a research and development partner to support WPP’s “W2H2” unconventional water electrolysis green hydrogen generators.
The cooperation between Swiss-based WPP Energy and UTM has been formalised and will see the advancement of the UTM Laser Centre research which involves more than 10 researchers.
Much of the research focuses on hydrogen and could help boost several developments in this sector.
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The collaborative effort will ultimately lead to the commercialisation of the research, to help reduce carbon levels in Malaysia and also globally.
Fossil-based power producers have also expressed their interest in W2Hw technology that will also be used to support the impending “HyFi” Hydrogen trading Platform, an initiative that involves WPP.
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