World's First Landfilled Hydrogen Powered Station In South Korea
Sep 04, 2009 13:18
The South Korean government has signed a MOU with SK Engineering & Construction and oil refiner SK Energy to develop the world’s first hydrogen station that will be able to extract hydrogen from methane produced in landfills.
Because of the abundance in hydrogen, it'll be a useful source of energy to power many things such as vehicles. The plant will be in Nanjido and draw methane produced at a local landfill site.
Not only is this making energy out of waste but its also reducing the waste in landfills.
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