S. Korea builds hydrogen plant
The plant has an annual capacity of about 330 tons of hydrogen, an amount that can power about 2,200 hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles a year.
The ministry said the plant will be up and running for more than six months continuously to make sure the plant’s operation makes economic sense and is safe.
The move came as South Korea has been seeking to go green and promote fuel cell electric vehicles that do not emit the greenhouse gases largely responsible for global warming.
By Ram Garikipati and newswires (email@example.com)