Singapore Institute Signed a Cooperation Agreement with the Center for Hydrogen Innovations at National University of Singapore

News Updates 10 May,2024

On April 26, Concord New Energy Group Singapore Institute signed a cooperation agreement with the Center for Hydrogen Innovations at the National University of Singapore, and both parties will collaborate to explore technical cooperation and R&D in renewable energy technologies, specifically focusing on hydrogen energy.

The Center for Hydrogen Innovations at the National University of Singapore is the first hydrogen energy innovation research center in Southeast Asia, with a total investment of 25 million SGD. The center is responsible for developing groundbreaking technologies, reducing the cost of green hydrogen, and promoting hydrogen energy as a green energy of commercial viability.

Liu Shunxing, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Concord New Energy Group (left)

and Chen Wei, Professor of the National University of Singapore (right)

 

Liu Jianhong, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Concord New Energy Group (left)

and Chen Wei, Professor of the National University of Singapore (right)

 

After discussion, both parties will first engage in technical cooperation regarding the catalyst identity of the electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution reaction. They will actively explore experimental performance and catalyst identity of electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution reaction through scientific research topics, as well as discuss similar ways of technological collaboration.

Singapore Institute will consistently promote the progress of subsequent related research topics, academic evaluations, and other related work.