The aim is that the world’s largest greenhouse gas transmitter is committed to balancing energy security and climate objectives.
China’s top economic plan announced a purpose that produces high-quality green hydrogen every year, which is a zero carbon fuel produced from renewable energy.
The country aims to produce 100,000 to 200,000 tons of green hydrogen, 20,025, from 30,000, which provide a wider use of long-term, national development and reform committees (NDRC ), in a statement on Wednesday. middle.
China’s largest greenhouse gas transmitter has been working hard and energy to achieve climate change, focusing on hydrogen to reduce its transportation and industrial sector carbon emissions.
Green hydrogen is a gas generated by water produced in electrolysis by renewable energy, reducing released carbon emissions during this process than hydrogen produced from natural gas or coal. Wang Xiang, deputy director of NDRC High-Tech Department, said that the development of hydrogen is an important movement of energy transition and carbon objectives and carbon neutral goals.
China currently produces approximately 80% of 33 million tons of hydrogen, coal and natural gas every year, and the rest is mainly by-products from industrial sectors. The data of the China Hydrogen Alliance and the Industrial Association suggests that the country has produced 500,000 tons of hydropower hydrogen hydrogen in 2019.
Wang said, even if most China’s hydrostatal fuels occur, the potential of green hydrogen is also huge because the country has the country’s largest renewable energy capacity.
The National Development and Reform Commission’s statement stated that China aims to establish a complete hydrogen industry industry, covering transportation, energy storage and industrial sectors, and significantly improved the green hydrogen moiety in China’s energy consumption in 2035.
Growing demand China Hydrogen Alliance estimates that in 2030, China’s hydrogen demand will reach 35 million tons per year, now 20 million tons, reaching 60 million tons in 2050.
Hydrogen can be used in a fuel cell and an internal combustion engine. High production cost is one of the main obstacles to prevent hydrogen development.
Analysts estimate that hydrogen prices should be reduced to compete with gasoline and diesel.
The NDRC of NDRC requires reasonable design of hydrogen projects based on resources and market demand to avoid disorder ability. Wang said that the local government will strictly forbidden to follow hydrogen project construction trends and will prevent the construction of low-end projects from avoiding resource loss.
Almost all Chinese provinces and regions include hydrogen in its development plan.
Some important Chinese companies have expanded their businesses in Sinopec, Baosteel and GCL, including their enterprises, including using natural gas and renewable energy, building hydrogen filling stations and steel and transportation of hydrogen production.