On May 10th, at the 2023 China Brand Day event held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center, China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) unveiled its latest green low-carbon technology achievement-a hydrogen-powered urban train.
SinoHytec, a hydrogen fuel cell engine manufacturer based in China, recently passed a listing hearing for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. With this move, SinoHytec will become the first firm in the hydrogen energy field to be publicly traded in Hong Kong.
Even if fuel cell vehicles never catch up with battery-based alternatives, they still just might find a few wide-open lanes.
SinoSynergy, a hydrogen fuel cell company based in China's eastern Zhejiang province, on November 22 submitted a listing application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, with Huatai Financial Holdings named as the exclusive sponsor.
Chinese automated driving startup WeRide reached an agreement on October 25 with HTWO, a hydrogen fuel cell system brand under Hyundai Motor, and Guangzhou Hengyun Enterprises Holding to cooperate in the field of hydrogen-powered unmanned driving.
The first batch of "Hydrogen Energy-Powered Passenger MPVs," composed of SAIC MAXUS Mifa car models, was unveiled on August 4.
Thirty hydrogen fuel cell buses that were jointly developed by Yutong Group and SPIC Hydrogen Energy Co., Ltd. were officially delivered on Friday.
The 2020 UNDP Hydrogen Industry Conference themed “Green Hydrogen, Green Recovery” kicked off in Nanhai District in the city of Foshan to strengthen international cooperation on hydrogen energy.