City Energy, the exclusive supplier of piped town gas in Singapore, has joined forces with Malaysia’s Gentari, a clean energy solutions provider under Petronas, to embark on a monumental joint feasibility study. Their shared vision: to construct a hydrogen pipeline stretching from the heart of Malaysia to the bustling streets of Singapore.
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In a significant stride towards establishing Sarawak as a key player in the global green energy arena, Premier Tan Sri Abang Johari Openg has unveiled ambitious plans for two major hydrogen production projects in Bintulu.
Southeast Asian energy companies are emerging as pivotal players in the quest for net-zero carbon emissions. Their strategic investments in cutting-edge technology and a diversified portfolio of clean energy assets, including hydrogen, are setting the stage for a sustainable energy future. In this transformative journey, Malaysia stands at the forefront, aligning its efforts with the government’s commitment to promote green hydrogen and accelerate climate action.
The Jinn Pinn Minn Group (JPM Group) and its sister company, CETA Green Technologies Sdn Bhd, have unveiled plans to establish Southeast Asia’s first electric vehicle (EV) and hydrogen-powered test, development, and certification hub.
Malaysia is gearing up for its energy transition by launching two national strategic energy roadmaps this year, signaling its commitment to embracing sustainable and low-carbon solutions.
Malaysian companies, including POSCO, Samsung Engineering, and Lotte Chemical, are ramping up efforts to advance the clean hydrogen industry in the country.
The Malaysian government is taking significant steps to develop renewable energy (RE) programs based on a “willing buyer, willing seller basis” to encourage private sector participation.
The abundance of hydroelectric capacity in Malaysia and its aim to use hydrogen fuel sources could aid in resolving concerns with grid stability or intermittency that lurk over the country’s path towards energy transition.
Takasago Hydrogen Park, the world’s first center for the validation of hydrogen-related technologies, from production to power generation, has much to teach Malaysia.