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Would over-investment in H2 trigger policy changes?--China Clean Energy Syndicate

May 10 · Issue #62 · View online
China Clean Energy Syndicate
Our picks of China clean energy market updates from last week:
  • Electricity Market Reform: a new pricing mechanism set for pump hydro storage is expected to kick start a ¥900 billion market; it also signals Beijing’s emphasis on energy storage
  • HYDROGEN: the first hydro power-to-gas green hydrogen project is coming; the first data centre powered by fuel cell may appear in Beijing–Nevertheless, the over-investment sign in the market send a worrying signal and may trigger policy reshuffle.
  • WIND: two major wind companies completed IPOs last week, but the offshore wind construction conundrum may cap this year’s installed capacity at 6GW.
  • Energy Storage: Didi, a mobile transportation heavyweight in China, expands its layout in the photovoltaic and energy storage fields.
Please scroll down for the 8 updates from last week.
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Energy Storage
New Pricing Mechanism Expected to kick start a $140b Pumped Hydro Storage Market
Carbon Neutrality Investment
CNPC Sets up Subsidiary to Invest ¥10B in Renewable, Hydrogen and other Clean Techs
Renewable Policy
Offshore Warning: 1+GW of Projects May End up Stranded, say Analysts
Hainan Province to Resume Offshore Wind Construction with the Best Electricity Price
Beijing's Green Data Centers Push Creates Opportunities to Stationary Fuel Cell
Hydro-to-Hydrogen Demonstration Sets to Kick off in Sichuan
DATA: 4900 Fuel Cell Companies Signals Over-heated Market
Energy Storage
Internet Giant Didi Set Foot in Energy Storage Sector
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