Prez Santokhi congratulates Suriname’s people on deal with Denmark to build hydrogen power plant

agreement with the Hybrid Power System Group (HPSG) from Denmark to construct a hydrogen power plant."

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HPSG will build and operate the 100-megawatt power plant in partnership with the government.
HPSG will build and operate the 100-megawatt power plant in partnership with the government.

Suriname: President of Suriname, Chan Santokhi, congratulated the people of Suriname on an alliance with the Hybrid Power System Group (HPSG) from Denmark on constructing a hydrogen power plant worth the US $ 1.2 billion.

President Chan Santokhi stated, “As a government, we have concluded an agreement with the Hybrid Power System Group (HPSG) from Denmark to construct a hydrogen power plant.”

At a press conference held yesterday, Ministers Armand Achaibersing (Finance and Planning), Albert Ramdin (Foreign Affairs) and David Abiamofo (Natural Resources), as well as HPSG Director Benny Falk and Engineer Jesper Nielsen discussed this development.

“HPSG is the first company to create a ‘foreign direct investment’ in Suriname. The investors will fund US$ 1.2 billion. The project will cost Suriname nothing; also, the inevitable land is no problem,” he added.

They have a transparent and prudent policy as a government, making foreign investors require to invest in Suriname. Furthermore, Prez Santokhi added, “as a president, I know the people are impatient, we need time, and this project is proof that we, as the government, don’t sit still.”

“This extensive project should provide sustainably and cheap energy that will be extracted from Hydrogen, Wind and solar power. This project brings many benefits; noo las bribi in a government,” Prez Santokhi added.

Prez Santokhi stated, “It’s the first environmentally friendly energy project; with this project, there will be at least 600 jobs created. And the millions of pure drinking water that will be released will be exported.”

“As a President, I ask you patience, ab bribi in a government Santokhi / Brunswijk, we set scary,” Prez Santokhi added.

On the other hand, Under the agreement, HPSG will build and operate the 100-megawatt power plant in partnership with the government. The system should be operational by 2023. More than 600 employment for citizens is expected to be created. A range of export opportunities will be designed, and millions of litres of pure drinking water will also be produced without impacting the environment.

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