The new hydrogen park will allow the company to generate enough hydrogen for the Japanese energy market whilst also allowing Mitsubishi to commercialise its hydrogen gas turbine technology by 2025.

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Mitsubishi will aim to expand the production at the hydrogen park with products with 30% co-firing for large gas turbines and 100% dedicated firing for small and medium-sized gas turbines in 2025.

The construction and operation of the park is scheduled for 2023 and will adopt a water electrolyser facility in order to generate hydrogen and additionally produce hydrogen from thermally decomposing methane.

Hydrogen combustion technology will also be explored in a H-25 type gas turbine.

Mitsubishi’s hydrogen park will help showcase innovative technologies that can significantly contribute to the decarbonisation of various Japanese industries.

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