Hyundai, SK, POSCO, Hyosung to set up hydrogen council

The chairmen of Hyundai Motor, SK, POSCO and Hyosung pose, after the four conglomerates agreed to launch a joint consultative body on hydrogen energy, at Hyundai Motor’s Namyang Research Development Center in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province, Thursday. From the left are Cho Hyun-joon of Hyosung, Choi Jeong-woo of POSCO, Chey Tae-won of SK and Chung Eui-sun of Hyundai. Scheduled for launch in September, the consultative body will later become the Korean version of the Hydrogen Council, a global coalition of CEOs committed to expediting the energy transition with hydrogen. Yonhap


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