National H2, a new hydrogen powerhouse, is on pace to announce a number of significant agreements that will enable it to construct the first network of waste-to-hydrogen facilities in the APAC area.
In order to do this, National H2 is creating a strong partnership with a publicly traded technology partner and a major international corporation as the project partner.
The company now has four initial sites in Australia and Singapore that are being considered for development, along with many more sites that are in the pipeline, that they plan to convert into cutting-edge hydrogen production plants.
Utilizing ground-breaking technology, National H2 will transform non-recyclable waste plastics into hydrogen, syngas, and clean power while also removing the carbon entrapped inside the material for long-term sequestration.
By the conclusion of Q2 of CY23, National H2 anticipates having these agreements in writing. After that, the Company will start looking for a scheduled listing on a significant exchange to raise money for the significant opportunity it has at hand.