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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of hydrogen production among south east asian countries

Unveiling Hydrogen Production in Asia

Hydrogen's role in clean energy is taking center stage in Asia. Let's delve into the hydrogen landscape of some of these nations: Japan: Japan, is an influential player. It plans to produce 300,000 tons of hydrogen annually by 2030. (Source: Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) South Korea: South Korea is charging ahead with $6.2 billion investments by 2030, targeting the production of 5.3 million tons of green hydrogen. (Source: Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy, South Korea) Singapore: Singapore is positioning itself as a regional hub, with plans for hydrogen import terminals and green hydrogen production. (Source: Singapore Energy Market Authority) Malaysia: Malaysia has set its sights on 500 MW of electrolyzer capacity for green hydrogen production by 2030. (Source: Malaysian Green Hydrogen Roadmap) Indonesia: Indonesia, rich in renewable resources, aims to produce 2 million tons of green hydrogen by 2030. (Source: Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources) These endeavors underscore Asia's commitment to sustainable hydrogen solutions, contributing to global efforts against climate change. Watch closely as these nations steer towards a hydrogen-powered future! #Hydrogen #CleanEnergy #SoutheastAsia #Sustainability #sustainableinvesting


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