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JERA strikes deal with Yamanashi Prefecture for regional hydrogen value chain

It involves the green hydrogen-generating Yamanashi Model Power-to-Gas (P2G) System.

JERA Co., Inc. and Yamanashi Prefecture have agreed to collaborate on the development of a regional hydrogen value chain.

The deal involves the adoption of the Yamanashi Model Power-to-Gas (P2G) System, a technology designed to produce green hydrogen utilising cutting-edge polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) water electrolysis equipment.

With Yamanashi Prefecture progressing in establishing a regional energy model that uses green hydrogen, JERA has given its support to forming partnerships with the production and transportation surrounding the proposed hydrogen value chain.

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Additionally, under the agreement, both parties will cooperate on the promotion of a regional hydrogen value chain that applies their specialties: JERA’s global green hydrogen value chain and Yamanashi Prefecture’s P2G system-based regional energy model.

Other cooperative efforts include the installation of a hydrogen power site in Komekurayama, Yamanashi, and the demonstration of a local power-generating system that allows a 24/7 carbon-free power supply. 

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