Hydrogen cluster agreement inked in South Korea

Gwangyang Bay Area Free Economic Zone

Source: kfez.go.kr

Alternative fuels production could be about to open up in South Korea with news of an investment in a new hydrogen cluster and carbon capture facility in Myodo, Yeosu.

Jeollanam-do announced it has signed an investment MOU worth KRW 3.92 trillion with five companies in a consortium led by Greek carbon transporter ECOLOG.

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