BASF has joined hands with a South Korean company to expand production of green hydrogen.
BASF New Business, a wholly owned subsidiary of BASF, recently signed a memorandum of understanding with G-Philos, a pioneer of Korean energy P2G (Power to Gas) field, to expand domestic and global P2G market.
According to BASF, P2G is a technology that converts renewable energy power into gas such as hydrogen, and based on this memorandum of understanding, two companies will collaborate to expand production of hydrogen using renewable energy.
Through this cooperation, G-Philos is planning to provide PCS (Power Conversion System) for NAS (Sodium-Sulfur) battery that is applied to all models of 200 to 800 kW supplied to BASF.
BASF will actively support G-Philos in developing PCS for NAS battery business in the future, while providing 19.2 MWh NAS battery in South Korea until the end of 2022 and collaborating for domestic and overseas P2G projects.
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