Automaker Hyundai Motor signed an agreement with energy companies Korea East-West Power (GLC) and Deokyang to generate electricity from hydrogen.
Pilot power plant will develop hydrogen fuel cell 1 megawatt (MW), wherein the automobile manufacturer must provide a fuel cell system, EWP manages the installation and sale of electricity and supply Deokyang hydrogen.
Installation should begin at the end of the year in Ulsan (Korea), it consists of two modules 500 kilowatt generator canister type, each of which is loaded with a cellular car fuel multiple power modules Hyundai, NEXO.
The installation can generate an annual supply of 8,000 megawatts per hour, that & # 39 is enough to feed about 2,200 homes and 300 kilowatts of electricity per month, being nonexistent greenhouse gases or pollution, to be powered by hydrogen.
Hyundai hopes to encourage the fuel cell industry and related sectors them in the future, and will continue its commitment to use its fuel cell technology to create a "hydrogen society" in accordance with "the Vision 2030 FCEV" was announced earlier this year.