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New Threats to RE Investment--China Clean Energy Syndicate

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June 14 · Issue #67 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
Several first-of-this-kind renewable, hydrogen and storage projects were announced to reach critical milestones. Our picks of what happened in the China clean energy market last week include: 
  • RE Regulation: a critical renewable pricing policy is unleashed by NDRC, possibly putting assault to the injures of China’s renewable developers. The “833” policy marks the renewable market entering a new phase, in our view.
  • Policy & Energy Storage: meanwhile, Hubei province announced a new renewable policy that set precedence. The policy publically announced to exchange (renewable project) resource for (manufacturing) investment–noteworthy.
  • Hydrogen: solar PV company LONGi continues its aggressive approach investing in green hydrogen, with another project launched; State Grid and Envision are working towards an interesting fuel cell CHP project for a fruit farm in Zhejiang;
Please scroll down for the 9 updates from last week.

RE Policy
Renewable power Enters the "Post Grid-Parity" Phrase, as NDRC's new Policy Delivers a Crushing Blow
Wind
The First Semi-Submersible Floating Offshore Wind Foundation Launched
Shandong to Develop 10GW Offshore Wind and 20GW Renewable Hybrids by 2025
Guangdong Confirms Local Subsidy for Offshore Wind
Hydrogen Storage & Fuel Cells
Another Step of the PV Giant LONGi in Green Hydrogen Announced
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
Shenzhen to Support Power-to-Gas, Solid-state Hydrogen Storage
Longest Hydrogen Pipeline Project in China to Begin soon
Fuel-cell CHP & Solar Hybrid to Support "Net-Zero" Agriculture in Zhejiang
Energy Storage
Share Storage Model Set Precedence in Hubei Renewable Policy
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