H3 Korea, an eco-friendly energy research and development company in Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province, announced on Aug. 18 that it has signed an agreement with Nexon Star, a Korean trading company, to supply small green hydrogen self-generators.
The two companies decided to supply a total of 800 units (200 billion won worth) to Malaysia by 2023, starting with one small green hydrogen self-generator (5 kWh) in December.
Nexon Star plans to build an eco-friendly small self-generation system that links wind, solar energy, green hydrogen generators and energy storage systems (ESSs) in more than 30 islands through Malaysian companies.
CEO Kim Jin-kwan of H3 Korea said, "It is very meaningful that we will build a green hydrogen self-generation system in Malaysia that uses fossil fuel self-generators due to lack of electricity network. We will expand it to neighboring countries such as Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam to promote our technology to the world."