Sarawak’s new energy play gains more attention

SEDC Energy Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Robert Hardin.

WHILE there remain sceptics about Sarawak’s ambition for creating a hydrogen economy, the progress being made is impressive.

Achieving the production and shipping of green hydrogen may not be financially viable on paper for now, but it is work in progress.

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