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Sat Jun 1, 2019, 06:40 PM

31 May 2019: 21 More Hydrogen Buses have started running in Wuhan, Central China



Another 21 hydrogen-powered buses have started running along five routes in Wuhan, Hubei Province. The buses are the latest after 5 earlier hydrogen-powered buses first took to the streets of Wuhan in a trial run in March. They can reportedly run 300 km on a 6-minute refuel without generating any pollution. The new buses are less noisy and more efficient than traditional vehicles. Photo taken on May 31, 2019, shows some of the now-in-service buses parking at a local bus station. http://chinaplus.cri.cn/photo/china/18/20190601/296951.html



"Hydrogen city" to be built in Wuhan, central China

Xinhua 1/21/18

WUHAN, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Wuhan, capital city of central China's Hubei Province, will build itself into a "hydrogen city" through developing hydrogen energy industry, according to a city development plan.

The city is to advance research and development of core technology of hydrogen production, storage and transport, and improve hydrogen infrastructure in the coming years.

A hydrogen energy industrial park is expected to be built in the city, gathering more than 100 fuel cell automakers and related enterprises, the plan said.

The city will build up to 20 hydrogen fueling stations from 2018 to 2020 to support the running of about 3,000 hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles.

Wuhan is scheduled to become a world hydrogen city by 2025, with 3 to 5 world leading hydrogen enterprises and 30 to 100 hydrogen fueling stations. The annual production value of hydrogen fuel cells will exceed 100 billion yuan (around 15.63 billion U.S. dollars), it added.... http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-01/21/c_136913339.htm

Just another day in the Hydrogen Revolution.

Watch as China owns hydrogen tech.

Around 70 years ago Americans built an Interstate highway system covering thousands and thousands of miles.

Today's Americans can't even build a 2 mile wall.

How disgraceful is that? Especially when compared to China Today.

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sat Jun 1, 2019, 07:33 PM

1. ''Watch as China owns hydrogen tech''...uh, china doesn't own shit, it copies it from low IQ suckers

...go to china to have their stuff made cheap by the slave/child labor there. Nice to know you worship of nation that uses slave/child labor........

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Response to quad489 (Reply #1)

Sat Jun 1, 2019, 07:43 PM

2. How many nations is China bombing?

Another arrogant "exceptional" 'Murikan complains...

Boo Hoo

Speaking of slave labor:

A nation that calls itself "free" locks up more people than any other nation

Slave Labor:

The federal government markets prison labor to businesses as the “best-kept secret”

The Department of Justice says prison labor is good for a company’s bottom line.

Prisoners in 17 states began a three-week strike this week, with many refusing to eat or work to protest what they consider “modern-day slavery” in America’s correctional facilities.

Among other demands, prisoners want to earn more than a few dimes for each hour of work that they do, considering that their work brings in billions of dollars in revenue to state and federal prisons. Most inmates across the country do skilled and unskilled labor typically for less than a dollar per hour. (In some states, it’s entirely unpaid.) The work ranges from building office furniture to answering customer service calls to video production and farm work — sometimes without the guarantee of safe work conditions.

Prisoners and human rights activists say this dynamic is a form of exploitation and disproportionately harms people of color, who are more likely to be incarcerated in the first place. But correctional facilities argue that prison laborers learn real-life job skills while offsetting some of the costs of running a prison... https://www.vox.com/2018/8/24/17768438/national-prison-strike-factory-labor

'Murkia is a bankrupt nation that employs slave labor and has military bases in ~900 other countries


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Response to Aquila (Reply #2)

Sat Jun 1, 2019, 07:57 PM

3. Actually, ''arrogant'' is claiming that there are ''900 other countries'' on this planet..........

"Another arrogant "exceptional" 'Murikan complains... 'Murkia is a bankrupt nation that employs slave labor and has military bases in ~900 other countries"

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Response to Aquila (Reply #2)

Sat Jun 1, 2019, 08:04 PM

4. It's cute how you deflect for China and it's child labor, stealing IP, terrible human rights, etc...

while wanking on about claims made via govt run news agencies that keep posting pictures of the same empty buses.

How much does China pay you to post here?

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sun Jun 2, 2019, 11:00 AM

5. Amazing what ya can do when ya don't spend billions on blowing holes in other countries!

Next thing ya know they'll be criss-crossing the country with tens of thousands of kilometers of high speed rail . .

oh wait . . .

they already are!



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