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
24 days ago

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

KinderTubeHD
KinderTubeHD
24 days ago

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

Tey Hoon Boon
Tey Hoon Boon
24 days 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
24 days ago

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

Devil Devil
Devil Devil
24 days ago

Hydrogen bombs propaganda

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