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Korea Gas Corp. to Transition To Hydrogen Wants to play Bigger Role in Govt. Green Deal

By September 20, 2020 < 1   min read  (123 words)

September 20, 2020 |

KOGAS Hydrogen

Korea Gas Corp. is taking a leading role in promoting the country’s hydrogen industry and is supporting the government’s Green New Deal initiative.

The state-led natural gas company said Sunday that it is making the transition from a conventional fossil-fuel-based company to an environmentally friendly hydrogen company that promises to produce and market cheap hydrogen with timely investments in securing sources and technology.

Kogas CEO Chae Hee-Bong said in his annual report that he plans to implement the hydrogen roadmap to advance the development of 200,000 hydrogen vehicles and 450 hydrogen charging stations.

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