Singapore looking to tap hydrogen as a fuel

An oil refinery at Pulau Bukom. Hydrogen is a renewable alternative to the current oil-based ecosystem which is facing environmental challenges and depleting supply. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - The Republic is looking to import hydrogen as a new fuel source, and has put up a consultancy tender on government procurement portal GeBiz to examine the feasibility of doing so.

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has invited bids for a Consultancy Study on Hydrogen Imports and Downstream Applications for Singapore.

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