Conference Paper published. From Bali Indonesia to Thimphu Bhutan: Transferring experimental knowledge.

Abstract: How will Bhutan develop its grassroots green hydrogen research capacity without creating material dependencies from external trade partners? Learning from recent experiments in Indonesia, this paper proposes a low-pressure green hydrogen, low-cost, local, inclusive roadmap with specific design and engineering principles for the constitutional monarchy.

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  • Publication date: July 25, 2023
  • Authors:
  1. Jung-Harada, Cesar
  2. Zeng, Jinger;
  3. Kyaw, Ohnmar;
  4. Cassinelli, Alvaro;
  5. Pascual, Pamela;
  6. Dividani, Ni Made;
  7. Wangchu, Karma;
  8. Wee, Abigail;
  9. Diez, Tomas;
  10. Huynh, Duy

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