Hyundai Motor Company has presented its vision for a hydrogen-powered, software-driven transformation beyond mobility applications at CES 2024.

The firm held its Media Day at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas to highlight its future blueprint for a hydrogen energy ecosystem and a vision for software and artificial intelligence (AI).

Jay Chang, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Company said: “At Hyundai, we believe that science and humanity are two sides of the same coin; that advanced technology should also make people’s lives better. Clean hydrogen should be for everyone, powering everything, and available everywhere.”

During the presentation at its Media Day conference, Chang Hwan Kim, Senior Vice President and Head of Hydrogen Fuel Cell and Battery Development, said that Hyundai is developing megawatt-scale polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyser manufacturing capabilities for green hydrogen production, which it says is expected to commercialize within the next few years.

Hyundai is actively involved in various hydrogen projects globally, starting with Indonesia. The country has shown a growing interest in hydrogen as a pathway to achieving carbon neutrality.  

In Indonesia, Hyundai is beginning with Waste-to-Hydrogen, through the utilisation of waste from local communities, enabling the city to establish its own hydrogen production mini-hubs, eliminating the need to depend on hydrogen transportation and storage.

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Hyundai is showcasing its waste-to-hydrogen production and hydrogen value chain as well as SDV technologies and future mobility concepts at CES 2024 this week.