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New Policy Ensures 1.6TW RE Capacity by 2030 --China Clean Energy Syndicate

February 15 · Issue #50 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
Happy Chinese New Year!
Due to the lunar calendar new year, it was a relatively quiet week for news. Nevertheless, we still saw some major progress in the wind and hydrogen market:
  • POLICY: National Energy Administration sets for the first time renewables targets for 2021 and 2030: 12.7% and 25.9% in the power mix.
  • WIND: China’s first 100-meter blade rolled off production line while the CSIC Haizhuang 10mw prototype plans to soon go online.
  • HYDROGEN: Horizon Fuel Cell Group became the first Chinese H2 enterprise going public on the US stock market through a SPAC deal.
  • BATTERY: China’s first offshore wind battery storage project moves to reality
Please scroll down for the 7 updates from last week.
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RE Policy
Beijing Sets--for the first time--Binding RE Targets for 2030
China’s First 100-Plus Meters Blade Off Production Line; CSIC Haizhuang 10MW Prototype Soon to Go Online
China Three Gorges Wind Power Result 2020
Hydrogen Storage & Fuel Cells
Hyzon Motors to Go Public via a $2.7b SPAC Deal
DATA: More Than 6000 FCEVs Have Been Put in Operation
EV & Battery
First Offshore Wind Storage Project in China Completed Battery Tender
Clean Energy Related
First Batches of Carbon-neutral Bonds Totalling ¥6.4b issued
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