Japan’s largest power company to invest more than $6bn to secure seven million tonnes of hydrogen supply by 2035

JERA argues that H2 and ammonia co-firing will be necessary to decarbonise Japan’s grid due to limited land and intermittency from renewables

Yukio Kani, global CEO and chair (left), and Hisahide Okuda, president, director, CEO and COO (right) for JERA at a press conference.
Yukio Kani, global CEO and chair (left), and Hisahide Okuda, president, director, CEO and COO (right) for JERA at a press conference.Photo: JERA
Published 17 May 2024, 13:13Updated 17 May 2024, 15:21