Mitsubishi Heavy Industries plans to test hydrogen technology to power generation at Takasago Works. The Takasago Hydrogen Park will be constructed adjacent to the demonstration facility complex cycle power plant on the plant’s premises. It is planned that by 2023 it will start the test and demonstration operation of hydrogen production and storage and hydrogen combustion technology in gas turbines.In addition to adopting a water electrolyser, the hydrogen production facility will sequentially test and demonstrate next-generation hydrogen production technology, such as the production of turquoise hydrogen by thermally decomposing methane into hydrogen and solid carbon.Takasago Seisakusho has built a comprehensive system covering development to verification and verification, and the combustor, which is a key component of water gas turbines, is developed at the development base (general research institute), designed, and manufactured at the manufacturing plant. It has built a system to verify at the actual machine level in the production and demonstration equipment of the actual machine. In its gas turbine development, verification tests of each element are carried out at the basic design stage, the results are reflected in the detailed design, and finally, the verification using the actual machine is performed.It plans to gradually expand related equipment and commercialize products that are 30% co-firing with large gas turbines and 100% devoted to small and medium-sized gas turbines in 2025.