First of its kind green e-methanol plant’ planned in Southeast Asia


Green methanol can be an important enabler in creating zero-carbon economies. Having a similar energy density and similar properties to conventional fuels, the green methanol supply chain can use existing transportation infrastructure.


When used for on-site hydrogen generation, this green methanol can deliver zero-carbon energy through fuel cells – even where the existing power infrastructure is sub-standard or non-existent.


A multi-national partnership planning to build a ‘first of its kind’ green e-methanol plant in Singapore is great news for the energy transition and can help meet the ever-expanding green energy demand through hydrogen.


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