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Singapore eyes hydrogen in net-zero quest

SINGAPORE has set its heart on low-carbon hydrogen as a potential fuel to help speed up its clean energy goals - to hit net zero by 2050. If it works according to plan, by 2050, up to half of the city-state's power sector, which currently accounts for 40 per cent of total emissions, could be hydrogen-powered.

It is a bold move given the current state of play in the hydrogen space, although Singapore is far from alone. It joins thus far some 26 countries with national plans earmarking low-emission...

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