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Sumitomo, Promigas to accelerate hydrogen mobility in Colombia

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Sumitomo Corporation Andes, a subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, and Promigas announced today their intention to work together in Colombia on the development of hydrogen transportation solutions.

The goal of this agreement is to develop a relationship between the two organizations in order to analyze the prospects for hydrogen transportation in Colombia. This includes researching and evaluating the market in order to produce a Proof of Concept, as well as assessing the feasibility of a commercially viable solution for the country’s transportation and logistics sectors.

Takahiro Saito, President, Sumitomo Corporation Andes, stated, “We are thrilled to begin this relationship with Promigas, a well-known firm, and valued partner within the energy market.” “I am confident that Sumitomo’s extensive worldwide network and resources, together with Promigas’ operational efficiency and local experience, will ensure the success of this relationship.”

Mr. Juan Manuel Rojas Pay├ín, President of Promigas, remarked, “It is an honor to join forces with a worldwide institution so rich in history, principles, and experience.” “Hydrogen is driving the mobility transformation revolution, and our combined experience brings the appropriate type of resources together to produce genuine, scalable solutions for Colombia’s future mobility sector, and beyond.”

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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