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May 24 · Issue #64 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
Our picks of China clean energy market updates from last week: 
  • Net-Zero Policy: Net-zero action plans for specific industries, including iron&steel, building, transportation, petrochemical, and power, are under development.
  • Wind Power: At least 90 GW wind and solar capacity will hook to the grid in 2021.
  • Hydrogen: China’s first “Hydrogen Society” project kicked off in Shandong. Inner Mongolia’s Ulanqab strives to become a green hydrogen base to the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.
  • Energy Storage: Beijing aims to explore EVs taking part in the electricity market trading, with battery changing stations the key players
Please scroll down for the 10 updates from last week.
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Net-Zero Policy
Beijing to Draft Net-Zero Action Plans for Electricity, Iron&Steel, Building, Petrochemical Transporation and Other Sectors
China Clarified Carbon Trading Market Mechanism with Three new Policies
Wind Power
90 gigawatt Wind and Solar will Connect to the Grid in 2021
Offshore Wind Frontrunner SEWC Launched IPO, with Doubts on its Future Performance after the 2021 Installation Dash
Hydrogen
The Green Hydrogen Base for Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region: the Wind-Rich Ulanqab?
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
"Hydrogen Society" Program Funded by MoT Kicked off First Project in Shandong
A Net-Zero Highway project Kick off, Equipped with Wind, Solar, Hydrogen and Battery Storage
Energy Storage & Charging
China to Explore EVs to Participate in Electricity Spot Market
Clean Energy Relevant
China Targets Some Australian LNG as Trade Dispute Widens
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