Hydrogen for data centres: The journey to decarbonisation

There is growing interest worldwide in the use of hydrogen as an energy source because its combustion does not emit carbon dioxide. In its liquid state, hydrogen occupies 800 times less volume compared to its gaseous state, allowing for more compact and efficient storage and transportation. Keppel Data Centres shares its journey towards decarbonisation through exploring the use of liquefied hydrogen as a compelling clean energy alternative for land-scarce markets.

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