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National Plan for Hydrogen - Energy Iceberg Syndicate 2022 Vol.8

China Clean Energy Syndicate
Several critical long-term plans for the energy industry have been released in the past two weeks, including the long-awaited national hydrogen long-term development plan. Nevertheless, targets for several clean energy sectors seem “less ambitious.” The central government regulator did not confirm the ambitious new energy-storage target that was previously proposed to ten-fold the battery and new storage technology market. And goals for fuel cell mobility and green hydrogen provide space for development–but less than the industry expects.
The policy signals suggest that clean energy development remains a priority, but the national strategy becomes more “conservative” with more focus on ensuring energy supply security.
This week’s syndicate is short but provides breakdowns of the four most critical new energy policies released in the past week.
Please scroll down to check out the six updates that we considered noteworthy last week.
China Clean Energy Syndicate is a weekly news update project developed by Energy Iceberg.
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By the end of Feb, China has over 120 renewable and clean energy-based hydrogen projects, according to our research. China will be the world’s largest electrolysis market, where Chinese manufacturers are actively investing in R&Ds.
Want to learn more details of China’s green hydrogen projects and market trends? Check out our China Green Hydrogen Report & Data services.
Hydrogen Storage & Fuel Cells
Sinopec Take Another Step in Hydrogen Equipment Manufacturing Industry
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