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Driving the growth of sustainable energy

Our Promise

The Hydrogen Value Chain 

To be a key contributor in reducing the Global Carbon Footprint by providing sustainable Hydrogen as an alternative fuel source. 

Green Hydrogen Asia will deliver this vision by providing Vertically Integrated solutions across the transport sector by generating, supplying, and distributing end to end renewable and low carbon footprint Hydrogen as an energy source in Malaysia and the Asia Pacific Region


As the manufacturing, transportation, and utility sectors look to reduce their carbon emissions, hydrogen is the most promising energy source to help achieve this goal..

Hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth, and it has a history of being used for energy including NASA utilising liquid hydrogen as rocket fuel in its early missions

Green Hydrogen Asia is establishing the process of producing hydrogen which spans from the generation of renewable energy all the way to the consumption of hydrogen in the transport sector and as a general energy source. This end-to-end process is designed to ensure the hydrogen produced can reach its target market in the most efficient way, during the early stages of the hydrogen industry development.

​A Green Hydrogen Plan 

  1. Power Generation: Renewable energy is generated from a renewable energy source, which in Malaysia would be hydroelectricity, solar energy or a combination of the two. The power will be transmitted to the substation located onsite at the electrolysis plant.

  2. Hydrogen Production: the hydrogen electrolysis plant continuously consumes power from renewable energy sources to produce hydrogen gas via the electrolysis method. The hydrogen gas will be processed and chilled before entering the compression plant. Water is gathered from a nearby resources and filtered/treated onsite to meet the technical specifications of the plant.

  3. Hydrogen Compression & Storage: the hydrogen gas is compressed to 350 bar using a series of reciprocating 2-stage compressors. The compressed hydrogen is then loaded directly onto a series of Multi-Element Gas Containers (MEGC), mobile tube trailers.

  4. Hydrogen Storage and Distribution: distribution trucks move compressed hydrogen to market, delivering tube trailers to refuelling stations, and returning back the empty trailers.

  5. Hydrogen Dispensing: The hydrogen refuelling stations will supply hydrogen to the fuel cell trucks operating under the program. The refuelling stations will boost the stored hydrogen to the dispensing pressure (approx. 700 bar) and load a Class 8 truck within approximately 15 minutes.

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