China has surged ahead in the green hydrogen race, funneling an impressive 300 billion yuan ($42.04 billion) into the burgeoning industry this year, according to a report by state broadcaster CCTV.
In the fervent global competition for clean-burning hydrogen fuel supremacy, China has unexpectedly emerged as a frontrunner, surpassing the United States, according to a recent report from the International Energy Agency.
As the hydrogen economy gathers steam worldwide, experts are warning that the European Union (EU) must expedite the deployment of…
While much of the focus in international media has been on the United States and Europe’s endeavors in the low-carbon hydrogen sector, China’s significant role in this field has often been underreported. As the leading global player in hydrogen production and consumption, China’s strategies and actions are critical not only for its domestic energy landscape but also for the worldwide transition to cleaner energy sources.
The recently released “China Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell Industry Development Report 2022,” or “White Paper 2022,” by the China Hydrogen Energy Alliance, provides a comprehensive look at the status and future of the hydrogen energy industry in China and globally.
China, the world’s largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions, has emerged as a key player in the quest for carbon neutrality. To achieve its ambitious goals, the country is harnessing its vast resources and technology to revolutionize its energy sector. One of the central pillars of this campaign is the development of the hydrogen energy industry, a promising clean fuel source with the potential to significantly reduce carbon emissions, particularly in sectors that are challenging to electrify.
Horizon Fuel Cell Group, renowned for its high power-density proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells, is making waves in the world of sustainable energy. While their reputation is firmly established in applications like heavy vehicles, particularly within China’s booming fuel cell commercial vehicle market, a recent development has taken their capabilities to new heights.
A newly released report by the China Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell Industry Development Association shows that China’s hydrogen energy industry is poised for technological innovation in 2023, with renewable energy hydrogen production demonstration projects continuing to be released and core technologies in large-scale storage and transportation accelerating breakthroughs.
Green Navy to unveil ‘Prometeo’ hydrogen catamaran at ‘Monaco Sustainable & Smart Marina Rendezvous 2023’ The ‘Prometeo’ catamaran will be…
In the vast expanse of China’s Ningxia Hui autonomous region, an extraordinary transformation is underway. Rows of photovoltaic power panels, glistening in the sunlight, stretch as far as the eye can see across once-desertified land. What may seem like just another solar energy station is, in fact, a crucial part of the Ningdong Energy Chemical Industry Base’s grand vision.