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Singapore hydrogen strategy draws local energy firms, foreign tech

Keppel and Sembcorp recruit partners as city-state eyes new supply chain

Multiple hydrogen projects are in the works on Singapore's Jurong Island, now a hub for fossil-fuel power and chemical plants. (Photo courtesy of JTC)

SINGAPORE -- Looking to generate up to half of the country's power from hydrogen by 2050, Singapore has turned to some of its biggest energy-related companies and foreign multinationals to build the infrastructure needed to make this vision a reality.

Local groups Keppel Corp. and Sembcorp Industries as well as Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are among the players in this effort, which matches Singapore's time frame for achieving net-zero carbon emissions.

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