China Clean Energy Syndicate

By Yuki Yu @ Energy Iceberg

Crossovers of the Renewable Titans-- China Clean Energy Syndicate

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June 7 · Issue #66 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
Last week is all about cross-over: the No.1 battery maker CATL announced to set foot in renewable power development; the major wind and solar players revealed plans regarding green hydrogen investment; the iron&steel makers are zooming into hydrogen; then, the PV makers unveil new products combing PV and battery storage…
The game and players of China’s new energy market are under reshuffle.
Our picks of China clean energy market updates from last week: 
  • Wind: CATL to work with China National Nuclear Corp to set up JV for wind and solar project development; Windey announced 7MW offshore wind prototype
  • Hydrogen: Zhangzhou of Fujian eyes on developing offshore wind green hydrogen production and nuclear-based pink hydrogen; GLC, Angang Steel and other industry players unveiled new hydrogen strategies.
  • Energy Storage: Huawei presented a revolutionary battery storage product Fusion Solar All-scenario PV & Storage Solution.
Please scroll down for the 10 updates from last week.

Net-Zero Investment
National Carbon Emissions Trading Scheme is around the Corner
Wind Power
Battery Giant CATL Sets Foot in Wind and Solar Development
“Onshore-Only” Windey Launched an Offshore Prototype, Eyeing 10MW
Regional Planned Solar Capacity is 2X of that of Wind
Wind & Solar Competition in 14th FYP? Regional Planned Solar Capacity is 2X of that of Wind Wind & Solar Competition in 14th FYP?
Hydrogen
Another Region Commits to Offshore Wind Power-to-Gas & Pink H2
More Insights  into China's green hydrogen market? Our New Offer Can Help
More Insights into China's green hydrogen market? Our New Offer Can Help
Another Iron & Steel Maker Setting Foot in Hydrogen Application
PV Powerhouse GCL-Poly Takes Action in Green Hydrogen
Energy Storage
Huawei & Other Solar Players Pushes for Energy Storage
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