Time to scale up R&D on green energy production

Exploring green power sources: A speed boat passes along 110m-high offshore wind mills set up in the North Sea near Denmark. Wind power at sea is being explored for clean energy needs in Europe. In Malaysia, we could explore ocean thermal energy. – AP Photo

GREEN hydrogen is what the world is after as clean energy, and the way to produce it is to electrolyse water using renewable electricity sources like solar and wind.

Years of research have made possible a safe and efficient hydrogen production system. Many countries are racing ahead to embrace the hydrogen economy, so we should launch our own hydrogen blueprint soon. We do not want to be left behind.

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