According to researches by the adsmember team
There are nearly 700 projects around the world that plan to use hydrogen as an energy source, but almost 90% of them have not taken off. Industry watchers attending Temasek’s annual sustainability conference, Ecosperity, said this was due to a lack of demand as well as public and private sector buy-in. But these hydrogen projects hold great promise for Singapore, which is working to position itself as a refueling hub. Meanwhile, industry players agreed that the current war-fueled energy crisis in Ukraine has further underscored the importance of renewable energy. Subscribe to our channel here: Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: Follow us: CNA: CNA Lifestyle: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter:

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CECA CECA Rats steal
CECA CECA Rats steal
5 months ago

Root cause over population and over crowding
A country where the government betrays its citizens and embrace foreigners

KinderTubeHD
KinderTubeHD
5 months ago

They need to proof hydrogen fire is no worse than ev fire first

Tey Hoon Boon
Tey Hoon Boon
5 months ago

Scientists must actively participate on new research to produce cost effective of renewable energy for hydrogen product in replacing fossil fuels.

Anzia R
Anzia R
5 months ago

Kudos to the s'pore govt for taking a very responsible step in protecting the environment. ❤️❤️

Devil Devil
Devil Devil
5 months ago

Hydrogen bombs propaganda

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