By 2030, the business aims to import hydrogen from Australia and Southeast Asia and install 152 hydrogen charging stations.
Through the provision of technical assistance, the two organizations have committed to share knowledge and collaborate to establish collaborative initiatives.
The two companies inked a deal to promote a stable hydrogen industry, which includes green hydrogen manufacturing and hydrogen power generating.
The joint venture will build six convergent charging stations near city bus terminals that will be able to charge up to 72 hydrogen-powered ...
KOGAS has forged a strategic alliance with GS Caltex to establish a business producing and supplying liquefied hydrogen. The two companies intend to ...