Construction Research Institute to host 4th Hydrogen Construction Equipment Power Generation Forum next month

[월간수소경제 박상우 기자] A forum will be held to discuss the development of hydrogen construction equipment.

The Construction Machinery and Components Research Institute (hereinafter referred to as the Construction Machinery Institute) will hold the ‘4th Hydrogen Construction Machinery Development Forum’ at the K-Hotel Seoul in Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul on October 5th.

The Hydrogen Construction Machinery Development Forum was launched in March 2019 to provide a forum for industry, academia, and research institutions to share domestic and foreign industry trends and research and development and to discuss the direction of hydrogen construction equipment development.

Global construction machinery technology is changing to eco-friendly and carbon-neutral technology in order to respond to global warming, resource crisis, and fine dust problems.

In the midst of this, the government has included hydrogen construction equipment in the mobility field by publishing a road map to revive the hydrogen economy, and it has since been reflected in the technology road map for the whole of government and is pursue commercialization with a goal of 2030.

This forum is held to share the current development trend of hydrogen construction equipment and to discuss policies and cultivation methods for power generation, the Korea Development Institute announced.

In this forum, △Development of 50kW fuel cell hybrid system for hydrogen keyer (Jae-Chun Yang, Doosan Fuel Cell Power) △ Hydrogen engine development status and possible use of construction equipment (Hyundai Motor Research Fellow, Hong-Gil Baek) △ Hydrogen forklift demonstration/trial project (Hee-Soo Kim Construction Machinery Parts) A total of three thematic presentations will be held, including the head of the research institute), and an open discussion will be held among experts involved in the academic world.

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