From small to large.

The dynamically developing countries of Southeast Asia are shaping the focus on the use of hydrogen in transportation. Particular attention to its internal transport system, for which there are already ready-made solutions for the use of hydrogen technology to reduce carbon emissions. New hydrogen energy – the basis of the next technological cycle, which will come after oil and gas, is already creating vehicles that meet the usual consumer requirements, but have completely new qualitative characteristics in terms of impact on the environment. As in any form of energy, the issue of development is associated with the solution of many components. In many ways, the structures of such a system for the production of green hydrogen based on geothermal renewable energy repeat the existing principles of building the oil and gas industry: drilling geothermal wells, main hydrogen pipelines, gas distribution hydrogen network to consumers. The growth of hydrogen consumption in South Korea and government plans to support this direction allow a broader look at all the possibilities that exist for this. Of course, the location of South Korea may not seem entirely successful, on the outskirts of Asia, a country with a population of only 50 million people, but it is able to surprise and amaze many times with many technological leaps. If we lower our eyes on the map south of South Korea, then we see the Philippines with large reserves of geothermal energy, which occupies the second position in the global geothermal energy and an option for the further development of this industry will be the production of green hydrogen with an offshore pipeline less than 2 thousand kilometres long to the south points of South Korea. Given the potential of Koreans in the construction of colossal infrastructure facilities, huge specialised technological facilities, such a project can be implemented …

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