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Comparative analysis of hydrogen investments in south east asia

Comparing Hydrogen Investments in Southeast Asian Countries





In recent years, Southeast Asia has emerged as a key player in the global hydrogen market, with various countries investing significantly in this clean energy sector. Let's explore their initiatives:



Singapore:


With its ambitious Green Plan 2030, Singapore aims to deploy hydrogen technologies extensively.The country plans to invest over SGD 100 million in hydrogen-related projects by 2023. (Source: Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment)



Malaysia:


Malaysia is leveraging its abundant natural gas resources to produce hydrogen through steam methane reforming.The government plans to invest MYR 3.5 billion in green technology initiatives, including hydrogen production. (Source: Malaysian Investment Development Authority)



Thailand:


Thailand's National Hydrogen Roadmap aims to establish the country as a regional hub for hydrogen production and distribution.The government has allocated THB 20 billion for hydrogen-related projects by 2025. (Source: Thailand Board of Investment)



Indonesia:


Indonesia, with its vast renewable energy potential, is eyeing hydrogen as a pathway to sustainable development.Plans include an investment of IDR 300 trillion to develop green energy sources, including hydrogen. (Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Indonesia)



These investments signify the region's commitment to a hydrogen-powered future, addressing climate change and fostering economic growth simultaneously.




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