Korea: KOGAS will Supply 830,000 tons of Hydrogen per year by 2030

By September 28, 2021 2   min read  (307 words)

September 28, 2021 |

Fuel Cells Works, Korea: KOGAS will Supply 830,000 tons of Hydrogen per year by 2030
  • Plans also include 152 hydrogen refueling stations
  • 1GW of distributed fuel cells
  • establishment of a carbon-neutral hydrogen megastation platform

In an event held yesterday, September 27, KOGAS announced its new hydrogen business promotion strategies.Korea Gas Corporation (President chaehuibong) at September 27, Daegu Suseonggu Hotel Inter-Burgo: Open the ‘KOGAS 2021 A New Era’ events Hydrogen Project and a new business vision and the establishment of a professional basketball team.

KOGAS prepared this event to share hydrogen and new business promotion strategies to become an eco-friendly green energy company that will lead the next 100 years, and to actively promote its blueprint for becoming a B2C company with customers.

The event was attended by 50 people, including Chae Hee-bong, president of Gas Corporation, and Chae Hong-ho, mayor of Daegu Metropolitan City.

On this day, President Chae Hee-bong declared the 2030 Vision of KOGAS as ‘a company that supplies eco-friendly energy to everywhere and creates a people-centered green life (H₂KOGAS)’, widening the door of the Vision 2030 declaration ceremony. opened

KOGAS will supply 830,000 tons of hydrogen per year by 2030 through the production and introduction of overseas green hydrogen, establishment of hydrogen production infrastructure, △ 152 hydrogen refueling stations, △ 1GW of distributed fuel cells, and △ establishment of a carbon-neutral hydrogen megastation platform. , △Hydrogen-focused Jeju Green Island Project, △LNG bunkering, △Cold Chain Cluster, △GTP (Gas To Power), etc. will be disclosed for each business promotion strategy.

In addition, △ ‘Business agreement for stable hydrogen business promotion such as green hydrogen production and hydrogen power generation’ with Siemens Energy of Germany, △ ‘Business agreement for joint development of fuel cell business using Pyeongtaek LNG base BOG’ with Ssangyong E&C, △Hyundai By continuously disclosing recent business results, such as the signing of the ‘High Station Shareholder Agreement, a subsidiary of the convergence hydrogen charging station,’ with Rotem, etc., it emphasized the actual business performance in connection with the future vision of KOGAS.


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