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SE Asian nations need better hydrogen strategy – panel

Region is lagging Australia and countries in East Asia and Europe in the hydrogen race

Governments in Southeast Asia need to outline their national vision for hydrogen and increase regional cooperation to grow the hydrogen economy, delegates heard at a clean energy conference in Singapore on Tuesday. Southeast Asia is lagging southern neighbour Australia and countries in East Asia and Europe in the global race to lead production and utilisation of hydrogen. A hydrogen economy in the region is being stymied by geographical fragmentation and varying stages of economic development,  according to Wenbin Qian, head of clean hydrogen in Asia-Pacific for chemical company Linde Gas. On a panel at the Asia Clean Energy Summit, Qian noted the countries that make up the Association of



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