China Clean Energy Syndicate

By Yuki Yu @ Energy Iceberg

First Floating Turbine, First Offshore CCS, & SGRE Farewells--China Clean Energy Syndicate





September 6 · Issue #73 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
We have an interesting mix of news updates to share with you on China’s clean energy industry this week. Some of the highlights in our point of view:
  • Wind: China’s first floating offshore turbine, developed by China Three Gorges and Mingyang, is on track to connect; Siemens Gamesa revealed the plan to end China’s onshore market in an interview with German media.
  • Hydrogen: Guangdong and Shanghai-led city alliances are officially confirmed to be winners of the long-waited national fuel cell vehicle (FCV) demonstration project. LONGi purchases 100MW electrolysis equipment while Sinopec announces to invest ¥30b in the hydrogen energy industry.
  • Net-Zero: CNOOC announced a flagship offshore CCS project, setting the trend.
Scroll down to check out the 9 updates that we considered noteworthy last week.
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Net Zero
The First Offshore CCS Project, Developed by CNOOC, Indicates China Entering a New Chapter of Promoting CCUS
China's First Floating Offshore Wind Turbine on Track to Start Operation by the end of This Year
Picture source: CCTV
Picture source: CCTV
New Policy Sets Stage of a Massive Retrofitting Windpower Market
Reuters: Siemens Gamesa to end China onshore sales, raise wind turbines prices 3-5%
Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
Finally and Officially, the Final Winners of the National FCV Demonstration City Alliances are Revealed (Guangdong)
Shanghai as one of the National FCV Application Demonstration City Alliance
Major 100MW Eletrocyzer Purchase Deal Inked by LONGi
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Sinopec to Build 100 Refuelling Stations this year, and spend ¥30b on Hydrogen by 2025
Energy Storage & Battery
Energy Storage Confirmed an Electricity Market Entity
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