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Wed Jan 30, 2019, 03:27 AM

QZ.com: China's using its EV blueprint to promote hydrogen cars




China's using its EV blueprint to promote hydrogen cars
qz.com | Echo Huang | Jan 29, 2019

A decade ago, there were almost no electric cars on Chinese roads. Today, the country sells more battery-powered electric cars—upwards of 1 million in 2018 alone—than the rest of the world combined. The Chinese government now wants to do the same for hydrogen-powered cars.

In 2009, China launched a program known as “Ten Cities, Thousand Vehicles” to promote electric vehicles (EVs), with battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) now both widely in use in the public transport and private-car sectors. This year, China’s considering rolling out a similar plan to develop hydrogen-powered cars, or fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs).

China plans to promote FCVs in a number of cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu, Securities Times, a state-backed news outlet (link in Chinese), reported yesterday (Jan. 28). The program to promote FCVs will be following a similar pattern to the plan adopted by China in 2009, the outlet said.

In the Ten Cities plan, China aimed to have 30 cities adding a total of 30,000 new-energy vehicles (NEVs) in three years, with the main focus on public transport. The program has helped popularize BEVs and PHEVs in China, and sales of the vehicles continue to grow rapidly in China, despite a slowdown in car sales in the country in 2018.

FCVs have advantages such as shorter refueling times and longer driving ranges because the chemical process behind them is more efficient than those of BEVs and PHEVs. Their commercialization, however, was limited due to obstacles such as a lack of refueling infrastructure. There were only around 12 hydrogen refueling stations as of 2018 in China, Securities Times said...more:https://qz.com/1535967/china-is-promoting-the-use-of-hydrogen-powered-fuel-cell-cars/




from http://www.in-en.com/finance/html/energy-2239165.shtml translated by Google

百亿氢能产业项目落户佛山 首期投资21.6亿元

The 10 billion hydrogen energy industry project settled in Foshan. The initial investment was 2.16 billion yuan.

International Energy Network Source: Guangzhou Daily Date: 2019-01-22

On January 19th, Shanghai Remodeling Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Remodeling Technology”) signed an investment agreement with the Nanhai District People's Government of Foshan City. According to the agreement, Remodeling Technology will invest in the construction of a hydrogen energy industry base project in Nanhai District.

It is reported that the industrial base project is located in Danzao Town, Nanhai District. The total investment of the first phase project is 2.16 billion yuan, including hydrogen fuel cell and system research and development base, fuel cell vehicle related industry R&D and production base and related parts industrial base. After the completion of production, the annual output value is expected to reach 15 billion yuan. Zhu Wei, Mayor of Foshan City attended the signing ceremony.

Yang Ming, deputy director of the Development Planning and Statistics Bureau of Nanhai District, Foshan City, said that the introduction of remodeling hydrogen energy projects will further improve the production chain of Nanhai hydrogen fuel cells, and bring a large number of relevant technical talents to strengthen the accumulation of hydrogen energy technology in the South China Sea. In addition, this year, Nanhai will further improve the existing hydrogen energy industry structure, explore the construction of hydrogen production, transportation and storage systems, and build a hydrogen energy industry chain.

Estimated annual output value of 15 billion

It is reported that the remodeling of the technology hydrogen energy industry base project will be in Danzao Town, Nanhai District. The total investment of the first phase of the project reached 2.16 billion yuan. The whole project includes hydrogen fuel cell and system research and development base, fuel cell vehicle related industry research and development production base and related parts industrial base. After the project is put into production, the annual output value is expected to reach 15 billion yuan...more http://www.in-en.com/finance/html/energy-2239165.shtml

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Wed Jan 30, 2019, 03:33 AM

1. You got a peep that's been missing you!!!!

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Wed Jan 30, 2019, 05:33 AM

2. There you are!

Its been eons since you last posted! We were worried about you. Some of us were afraid an alien hydrogen-powered spaceship might have come along and picked you up.

I thought you might have gotten blown up in your car.

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Wed Jan 30, 2019, 05:46 AM

3. Will these futureistic cars be driverless?

If so, they would fit in perfectly in China's empty cities

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