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Hydrogen-powered buses for Kuching


Johari (centre) witnessing the exchanging of documents between the Sarawak Economic Development Corporation general manager Soedirman Aini (right) and Foshan Feichi Automobile general manager Jiang Yong (left) after the signing of the MoU. — Bernama pic.

Johari (centre) witnessing the exchanging of documents between the Sarawak Economic Development Corporation general manager Soedirman Aini (right) and Foshan Feichi Automobile general manager Jiang Yong (left) after the signing of the MoU. — Bernama pic.

KUCHING: Sarawak aims to improve its public transport system by using hydrogen-powered buses, which will also enable the state to tap into its renewable energy resources.

Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg said the “abundant” water resources in the state’s hydroelectric dams could be used to produce hydrogen as a clean source of fuel for vehicles.

Government , Sarawak , kuching , transport

   

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