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Deadly Explosion Underlines Battery Storage Challenges--China Clean Energy Syndicate

April 19 · Issue #59 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
Our picks of China clean energy market major updates:
  • Energy Storage: a deadly explosion that occurred in a flagship battery storage project in Beijing resulted in at least two deaths and marks the worst accident that occurred in China’s battery storage in years
  • HYDROGEN: China’s first hydrogen for steel-making project starts operation; China Gas joined the heated green hydrogen market with a deal with CNOOC;
  • OFFSHORE WIND: Industry source warns that offshore wind installation in 2021 would be less than 6-7GW due to lack of offshore installer 
Please scroll down for the 8 updates from last week.
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Carbon Neutrality
China and US Pledge Climate Change Commitment
Renewable Investment
Sinopec Green Investment "Great Leap Forward": in PV, Hydrogen & E-Mobility
China’s First Iron Project Line Utilizing H2 Starts Operation
China Gas & CNOOC to Develop New Hydrogen Fuel Tech for Filling Stations
Shandong Province Sets off 20 Hydrogen Projects as 14th FYP Priorities
Energy Storage
Lithium Battery Station Explosion in Beijing Lead to 2 Deaths so Far
State Grid’s Profit Plummets to 7-Year Low
Offshore Wind
Projection: Total OW Installation Could Hardly Exceed 6-7 GW this year
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