Guangzhou's "14th Five-Year Plan" stage aims to build more than 3 hydrogen production stations and more than 50 hydrogen refueling stations

time:2022-11-27 03:59:42 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Monitor
Guangzhou's "14th Five-Year Plan" stage aims to build more than 3 hydrogen production stations and more than 50 hydrogen refueling stations

IT House reported on September 21 that today, the Guangzhou Development and Reform Commission issued the "Guangzhou Hydrogen Energy Infrastructure Development Plan (2021-2030)" (hereinafter referred to as the "Plan"). IT House learned that the "Planning" mentioned that the planning objectives of the "14th Five-Year Plan" (2021-2025) are: to build a new hydrogen production station, and to build more than 3 hydrogen production stations in total; to build a total of 50 hydrogen refueling stations. more than one; carry out the construction of 1-2 hydrogen production and hydrogenation joint construction stations, and 1-2 hydrogen storage stations (or rely on hydrogen production stations, hydrogen production and hydrogenation joint construction stations, and hydrogen refueling stations to consider hydrogen storage as a whole). Build a hydrogen production capacity of 35,000 kg/day (13,000 tons/year) for hydrogen fuel cells, and form a hydrogen refueling capacity of not less than 40,000 kg/day (15,000 tons/year), which can meet the needs of more than 6,000 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles Operational hydrogen demand. In addition, the 2026-2030 planning goals of the "Plan" are: to build more than 50 hydrogen refueling stations, build more than 100 hydrogen refueling stations in total, form a layout of more than 5 hydrogen production and hydrogenation joint construction stations, and a layout of 3-4 hydrogen storage stations . A hydrogen production capacity of 100,000 kg/day (36,000 tons/year) for hydrogen fuel cells will be formed, and a hydrogenation capacity of more than 100,000 kg/day (36,000 tons/year) will be formed, which can meet the commercial operation needs of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

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