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CMIC enters hydrogen refueling with delivery of hydrogen compressors

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A delivery ceremony for two sets of packaged diaphragm hydrogen compressors weighing 1000 kg and 500 kg was held by CMIC Yiho and CMIC Green Hydrogen Technology (GHT).

The two sets of hydrogen compressors that GHT has planned to package this time use American PDC diaphragm compressor heads and can withstand filling pressures of up to 45 MPa. Their daily hydrogenation capacities are 1000 kg and 500 kg, respectively. Potential customers of CMIC Yiho will use the products in their project to build hydrogen refueling stations.

The official launch of CMIC Yiho into the equipment market for hydrogen refueling stations coincides with this product delivery. GHT will make the most of its advantages in the production of high-end equipment and collaborate with CMIC Yiho to increase the scope and variety of hydrogen refueling station supporting equipment as well as the manufacturing and total supply capacity.

In many hydrogen energy application scenarios, hydrogen refueling stations are essential facilities that act as a bridge between upstream hydrogen production and downstream applications. These facilities are primarily used in the transportation sector. The PRC will have built a total of 270 hydrogen refueling stations by the end of June 2022. In the PRC, there will be 1,000 hydrogen refueling stations by 2025, and there will be more than 5,000 by 2035, according to predictions. Many fuel cell vehicle companies have strengthened and accelerated their expansion in response to the new policy of the “dual carbon” goal, and local governments have also increased their involvement in supporting the development of hydrogen energy industrialization and the implementation of projects.

Through the course of 2022, 8,000 to 10,000 new fuel cell vehicles are anticipated. The industry for hydrogen refueling stations is anticipated to develop at a moderately rapid rate, with the construction of hydrogen refueling stations. This rapid growth in the number of fuel cell vehicles.

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