05 Nov '17, 8am

#Biochemistry Japanese firms team up for demo plant project which aims to showcase hydrogen

Four Japanese companies are planning to launch the world’s first Global Hydrogen Supply Chain Demonstration project which will help establish the technological development required for widespread use of hydrogen (H2) energy. Mitsubishi Corporation, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, Mitsui & Co. Ltd and the Chiyoda Corporation are heading up the venture after coming together to create the Advanced Hydrogen Energy Chain Association for Technology Development, abbreviated to AHEAD. Funding for the project is coming from Japan's National Research and Development Agency and the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation. The plans will see Chiyoda, a Japanese engineering firm which specialises in industrial facilities, use its patented SPERA Hydrogen technology to construct the demonstration plant. Construction at the sites in Negara, Brunei Darussalam and at th...

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